Hell is a small Norwegian village located next to Trondheim. The name Hell stems from the Old Norse word hellir, which means "overhang" or "cliff cave". It has a more used homonym in modern Norwegian that means "luck".
Even more curious for tourists is the sign above the cargo entrance to the train station that reads ‘Hell Gods Expedition" which is the archaic spelling of the word for "cargo handling". There hasn't been a baggage of freight office here for decades.
Tourism - Oslo Viking Ship Museum