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Lost and found office (NSB trains)

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Lost property office for items found on NSB trains and at the Central Station.

The office is located next to the luggage lockers.

Hours

Mon - Fri
7:00 AM - 4:45 PM

Transportation


Transport > Jernbanetorget / Oslo S
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Lost and found office (NSB trains)

Lost property office for items found on NSB trains and at the Central Station. The office is located next to the luggage lockers....

Lost and found office (NSB trains)

Source: Visitnorway

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