Nydalen station

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Nydalen station (Norwegian: Nydalen holdeplass) is a railway station on the Gjøvik Line in Oslo, Norway. The station was built opened in 1946, and is located between Grefsen and Kjelsås. Like most of the local Oslo stations on the Gjøvik Line, Nydalen is a small station. It is unmanned, has only a single wooden platform, and is served only by commuter trains. Close by, but not in connection, is a subway station with the same name, Nydalen.

Nydalen
Nydalen holdeplass.jpg
LocationNydalen
Oslo komm.svg Oslo
Norway
Coordinates59°57′08″N 10°46′08″E / 59.952335°N 10.768986°E / 59.952335; 10.768986Coordinates: 59°57′08″N 10°46′08″E / 59.952335°N 10.768986°E / 59.952335; 10.768986
Owned byBane NOR
Operated byVy Gjøvikbanen
Line(s)Gjøvik Line
Distance8.13 km (5.05 mi)
Platforms1
History
Opened1946

The station is located in Nordre Aker borough. The area around the stations is largely industrial, though the area (Nydalen) is gradually being changed into a more residential-industrial mix. Close by is BI Norwegian Business School campus.

On December 23, 2009, the station was reopened following upgrades to the station infrastructure.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Nydalen holdeplass tatt i bruk" (in Norwegian). Norwegian National Rail Administration. Retrieved 27 December 2009.

External linksEdit

Preceding station   Following station
Grefsen Gjøvik Line Kjelsås
Preceding station Regional trains Following station
Grefsen R30 Oslo SGjøvik   Kjelsås
Preceding station Local trains Following station
Grefsen L3 Oslo SJaren   Kjelsås