Lier Station

Lier Station (Norwegian: Lier holdeplass) is a railway station located at the village of Lier, Norway on the railway Drammen Line. The station is served by commuter trains 440 and 450 with half hour headway by Norges Statsbaner.

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Lierbanen - Route
... At the old Lier Station, located 24.5 meters (80 ft) above mean sea level (AMSL), the line connected with the Drammen Line and then ran 21.15 kilometers (13.14 ... The line passed through stations at Landfald and Egge before reaching a branch line to the gravel pit at Egge ... The only track left after the demolishing was a short section at Lier Station, which remained until the station closed in 1973 ...
Lier Station - History
... The station was opened in 1973 as Tuverud ... The station is located just outside the mouth of Lieråsen Tunnel, and the station was opened as part of it ... The former Lier Station was located on the track that is now part of the Spikkestad Line ...

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