Template:Gjøvikbanen

Gjøvik Line
km
opened
123.83
Gjøvik
1902
Hunnselva (29 m)
industrial siding
Rv4 (76 m)
Norwegian Oil
Kirkeby
1929
Øveraasen engine factory
Rv33 Minnesundvegen (c. 80 m)
Kolonien
1929
119.38
Nygard
1902–2006
Skogli
1929
115.11
Breiskallen
1902
Myhre
1929
Solhaug
1929
Raufoss torv
1929
Fv82 Østvollvegen
111.70
Raufoss
1901
industrial siding
Rv4 (c. 70 m)
Roksvoll
1929
Rv246 Røstøenvegen (28 m)
106.65
1901
Bruflat
1929
Fiskevollen
1940
100.89
1901
Einavatnet
(21 m)
96.93
Hågår
1901
91.80
Kutjern
1902
86.12
Hennung
1923–2006
81.23
Bleiken
1901
Fv44 Hennungvegen
Rv34 Røykenviklinna
1957
71.92
1900
69.60
Nordtangen
1961–2006
67.66
1900
61.13
1900
57.74
1909
Røste tunnel (172 m)
Kleiva tunnel (197 m)
53.39
1901
Grua tunnel (278 m)
50.47
Rundelen
1964
49.11
Bjørgeseter
47.18
Viubråtån
1937
45.74
Harestua
1984
44.03
Harestua
1901–2012
40.83
Stryken
(seasonal)
1917
Rv4 Hadelandsveien
Hakadalselva
(21 m)
34.48
Elnes
1939–2006
32.07
Hakadal
1900
30.35
Varingskollen
1934
27.73
Åneby
1905
Åneby tunnel
(177 m)
24.26
Nittedal
1900
Movatn tunnel (175 m)
19.34
Movatn
1927
17.68
Snippen
1934
15.85
Sandermosen
1909–2006
Rådalen tunnel II (24 m)
Rådalen tunnel I (55 m)
Kjelsås Bridge
10.28
Kjelsås
1900
(34 m)
Rv150
Rolf Wickstrøms
vei (26 m)
8.30
Nydalen
1946
T-banen Storo
6.82
Grefsen
1900
Hans Nielsen Hauges gate (22 m)
Rv4 Trondheimsveien
4.45
Tøyen
1904
tunnel
(c. 400 m)
Trunk Line to Vålerenga
2.57
2.17
Kværner
1957–1977
Rv190 (34 m)
Rv161 St. Halvards gate
Østfold Line to Grønland
0.27
Oslo Central
1854
1980
km
opened

This is a route-map template for the Gjøvik Line, a railway in Norway.