Movatn Station (Norwegian: Movatn stasjon) is an unstaffed railway station on the Gjøvik Line at Movatn in Maridalen, Oslo, Norway. The station is located about 19 km from Oslo S between Snippen Station and Nittedal Station and was first opened in 1900 as a crossing track, two years ahead of the opening of Gjøvikbanen.
|Location||Movatn, Maridalen, |
|Owned by||Bane NOR|
|Operated by||Vy Gjøvikbanen|
In 1927 the station was upgraded with a station building and converted to a staffed station reserved for passengers and freight. In 1935 Movatn was officially designated a station. The station became remote controlled in 1971, and the following year it became unstaffed. In 1975 the station building was demolished.
The station lies at an altitude of 271.8 m AMSL and now has a small shack to protect waiting passengers. It has parking spaces for ten cars.
- (in English) Entry at Jernbaneverket
- (in Norwegian) Norsk Jernbaneklubb.no (Norwegian Railway Association) – page about Movatn Station
|Preceding station||Following station|
|Preceding station||Local trains||Following station|