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NSB Gjøvikbanen

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NSB Gjøvikbanen Photo: NSB

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The Gjøvik railway line passes through beautiful nature on its way from Oslo Central Station (Oslo S), via Nordmarka and across the level plains of Hadeland through Vestre Toten and along the Hunnselva river and finally ending up in Gjøvik. During the winter, you can experience pure and untouched nature clad in a white, wintry apparel. The cultural landscape is most spectacular during the summer months with its picturesque forests featuring small ponds, knolls and hills,

Nine trains travel in each direction between Gjøvik and Oslo Central Station (somewhat fewer departures on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays). Internet conection on board.

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NSB Gjøvikbanen

The Gjøvik railway line passes through beautiful nature on its way from Oslo Central Station (Oslo S), via Nordmarka and across the level plains of Ha...

NSB Gjøvikbanen

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