Kjelsås Station (Norwegian: Kjelås stasjon) is located at Kjelsås in Oslo, Norway on the Gjøvik Line. The railway station is located 10.28 km (6.39 mi) from Oslo Central Station between Nydalen Station and Snippen Station at 155.6 meters (510 ft) above sea level and was opened in 1900, two years before the railway to Gjøvik was finished.
|Elevation||155.6 m (510 ft) asl|
|Owned by||Bane NOR|
|Operated by||Vy Gjøvikbanen|
|Distance||10.28 km (6.39 mi)|
|Connections||Tram: 11 & 12 (Kjelsås Line)|
The station is served by commuter and regional trains operated by Vy Gjøvikbanen. There is a tram and bus stop at the station. The station is located beside the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology.
Kjelsås tram stopEdit
Kjelsås is a tram stop and the terminus of the Kjelsås Line. It is served by line 11 and 12 using the older SL79 high-floor trams. It has a balloon loop. It was opened on the 25 of September, 1934. It is nearby the Kjelsås Railway Station. Kjelsås was closed for two years along with the rest of the Kjelsås Line since 2002 until 2004 after local protest.
|Preceding station||Following station|
|Preceding station||Regional trains||Following station|
|Preceding station||Local trains||Following station|