Vennesla Station

Vennesla Station (Norwegian: Vennesla stasjon) is a railway station located in the village of Vennesla in the municipality of Vennesla in Agder county, Norway. Located along the Sørlandet Line, the station is served by express trains to Oslo and Kristiansand. The trains are operated by Go-Ahead Norge.

Vennesla stasjon 3.JPG
General information
Coordinates58°15′11.42″N 7°58′4.36″E / 58.2531722°N 7.9678778°E / 58.2531722; 7.9678778Coordinates: 58°15′11.42″N 7°58′4.36″E / 58.2531722°N 7.9678778°E / 58.2531722; 7.9678778
Elevation141.1 m (463 ft) AMSL
Owned byBane NOR
Operated byGo-Ahead
Line(s)Sørlandet Line
Distance350.16 km (217.58 mi)
Other information
Station codeVNL


The station was opened in 1895 as part of the Setesdal Line. In 1935 it became part of Sørlandet Line when it was extended from Neslandsvatn Station to Kristiansand Station. The Setesdal Line has since closed and has been converted to a heritage railway.

Preceding station   Following station
Kristiansand Sørlandet Line Nelaug
Preceding station Express trains Following station
Kristiansand 50   Stavanger-KristiansandOslo S   Nelaug

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