|Owner||Norwegian State Railways|
|Operator(s)||Norwegian State Railways|
|Line length||7 km|
|Number of tracks||Single|
|Character||Passenger and freight|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8+1⁄2 in)|
The line was constructed as the original terminal stretch of the Gjøvik Line (then known as the North Line) in 1900 until the extension to Gjøvik was opened in 1902. From then the line was a branch line, which offered connection with a steam ship on Randsfjorden. Passenger traffic on the line was discontinued in 1949 and the line officially abandoned on 1 November 1957. The tracks were later removed and the corridor is now part of Route 34.
- Tor Wisting. "Røykenvikbanen". Store norske leksikon. Retrieved October 1, 2016.
- Jernbane.net page on the Røykenvik Line (with pictures) (in Norwegian)