Marienborg Station

Marienborg is a railway station located at Marienborg in Trondheim, Norway.

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Coordinates63°25′12″N 10°22′55″E / 63.42000°N 10.38194°E / 63.42000; 10.38194Coordinates: 63°25′12″N 10°22′55″E / 63.42000°N 10.38194°E / 63.42000; 10.38194
Owned byNorwegian National Rail Administration
Operated byNorges Statsbaner
Line(s)Dovre Line
Distance549,95 km
ConnectionsBus: 19 Sandmoen - Pirterminalen


The station is located on the Dovre Line at the point where the Stavne–Leangen Line branches off from the Dovre Line. The station has two platforms, one on each of the railway lines, the one track electrified and the other not. Service to the station is provided though the commuter train service Trønderbanen operated by Norges Statsbaner and regional trains to Røros. It was opened in 1999.

The station is located beside St. Olavs Hospital and beside the NSB yard at Marienborg. The station had a role in the 1921 Nidareid train disaster since one of the trains involved was supposed to wait here but failed to do so.

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Preceding station Line Following station
Selsbakk Dovre Line Skansen
terminus Stavne–Leangen Line Lerkendal
Preceding station Regional trains Following station
Selsbakk   RørosTrondheim   Skansen
Preceding station Local trains Following station
Lerkendal   Trønderbanen   Skansen