Oppdal Station

Oppdal Station

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Oppdal Station () is a railway station located in downtown Oppdal in the municipality of Oppdal in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. It sits close to the European route E6 highway, just northwest of the mountain Allmannberget. The village of Oppdal is dominated by mountain tourism and skiing in winter.

The station is located on the Dovre Line, and it is served by four daily express trains going in each direction to Oslo and Trondheim. It is also served by a few daily Trøndelag Commuter Rail to Trondheim. The station was opened in 1921 as part of the Dovre Line when it was extended from Dombås to Trondheim.


When building the Dovre Line, Norsk Spisevognselskap planned to build a tourist hotel at one of the stations. When the station opened on 20 September 1921, Norsk Spisevognselskap started operations of a station restaurant in the station building. The facilities were too small, but it would be too costly to expand the station building to make a larger restaurant. It was therefore decided to establish a combined restaurant and tourist hotel next to the station. Plans were made by Architect Gudmund Hoel and District Manager von Krogh and approved on 27 October 1922. he company purchased a lot next to the station. The restaurant was taken into use on 22 June 1923 and the hotel opened on 28 June 1924.<ref name=j76...
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