Here are the photos of the LoFjord anchorages for you to enjoy.
So when on books you read anchored in Trondheim, it s a very generic statement as ships were anchored in front of the city, or into the AasenFjord area, either on FaettenFjord (only for Tirpitz) or into the LoFjord which was the real naval base for permanent anchorages.
Lets see the LoFjord ones, here is the Prinz Eugen (background with the repair ship Huascaran alongside for repair) after being torpedoed and still with the broken stern in LoFjord (anchorage position 3).
On the anchorage position 2 you can see the Admiral Scheer that was with Prinz Eugen on the Norway transfer mission, codename Operation Sportpalast.
and how that place looks today, the anchorage 3 area :
Then we can move to see the position number 2 where we just saw Admiral Scheer from aerial view, now with the Tirpitz anchored there from a lower position:
and how the place looks today seen from a frontal view (from Langoya peninsula ), with same type of 2 concrete blocks with bollards like in FaettenFjord (to see them look at the motor boat and the stone behind her, on the rock you can notice the 2 blocks):
Last is the position number 4 usually occupied by the Admiral Hipper as we can see here on some photos, first an aerial view with the Admiral Hipper in there :
You should have noticed the Langoya peninsula with other light ships anchored there, in center again the Admiral Hipper.
and the same position 4 now seen from Prinz Eugen position 3 that do provide a different perspective of the LoFjord, you can see the Admiral Hipper on his place just ahead of Prinz Eugen bow.
and this is how it looks today :