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Lost property office for the public transport (Ruter)

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Lost property from the metro, trams and local buses in Oslo is kept at Ruter's office at Nationaltheatret metro station. You can call in advance to find out if your things have been delivered there.

The lost property office is located right inside the entrance for the westbound subway lines. Items are kept here for three months.

Detailed information about lost property on all public transport in Oslo and Akershus is available at ruter.no.

Hours

Mon - Fri
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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Lost property office for the public transport (Ruter)

Lost property from the metro, trams and local buses in Oslo is kept at Ruter's office at Nationaltheatret metro station. You can call in advance to...

Lost property office for the public transport (Ruter)

Source: Visitnorway

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