Godlia (station)

Godlia (audio speaker iconpronunciation ) is a station on the Østensjø Line (Line 3) on the Oslo Metro. It is the first station after the line diverges from the Furuset Line and is located between the stations of Hellerud and Skøyenåsen, 6.1 kilometers (3.8 mi) from Stortinget. The station was opened as a subway station 29 October 1967. Karl Stenersen was the station's architect.[1] Rail service through Godlia is older, having opened as a tram line already in 1926.[2]

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Godlia
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LocationØstensjø, Oslo
Norway
Coordinates59°54′29″N 10°50′7″E / 59.90806°N 10.83528°E / 59.90806; 10.83528Coordinates: 59°54′29″N 10°50′7″E / 59.90806°N 10.83528°E / 59.90806; 10.83528
Owned bySporveien
Operated bySporveien T-banen
Line(s)Østensjø Line
Distance6.1 km (3.8 mi) from Stortinget
Construction
Structure typeAt-grade
Disabled accessYes
History
Opened29 October 1967

Access to the station is from Godliaveien which passes below the line immediately south of the station. The neighborhood around the station is mainly residential, with several detached houses.

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  Media related to Godlia stasjon at Wikimedia Commons