Trains are no common in the material, although the two garments made for upper-class women were, as one might expect based on pictorial evidence, made with a train. Of the commoner garments, only two were made longer in the back, Herjolfsnes 42 (a male surcote) and Herjolfsnes 61, which was a child's surcote.
|Length in front||Length in back||Comment|
|Margrethe||146||166 (possibly more)||
|Birgitta||unknown||unknown||"likely slightly longer in the back"|
|"almost a little train"|