Myrdal Station

Myrdal Station

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Myrdal Station

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Myrdal Station () is located along the Bergen Line in Aurland, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. The railway station is also the upper terminal of the Flåm Line, and a majority of passengers using the station are changing trains. It is located about south of the village of Flåm and about south of Aurlandsvangen. There is no road connection to Myrdal although there are some cottages and hotels in the area.

The station is located between two tunnels on the Bergensbanen: the Gravahals Tunnel to the west and the Vatnahals Tunnel to the east. Completion of the long Gravahals Tunnel was done in 1905. The station is above mean sea level.

On 17 January 1923, the station restaurant was taken over by Norsk Spisevognselskap. As the facilities were too small, the restaurant was later moved to another, larger building.

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<gallery>File:Myrdal panorama.jpg|Panoramic view around MyrdalFile:Myrdal stasjon mars 2006 1.jpg|Myrdal station in MarchFile:Myrdal med Myrdal stasjon.jpg|Myrdal station on the rightFile:Myrdal skilt.jpg|Houses just below the station</gallery>


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