Rlandet Line

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Jæren Line - Future
... Parts of the Jæren Line is straight enough to permit speeds between 200 and 250 kilometers per hour (120 and 160 mph) ... A new Sørlandet Line has also been proposed, which would run south instead of north from Egersund ... Reopening the Ålgård Line as part of the commuter rail service has also been proposed ...
Drammen Station
... The station is the terminus of both the Sørlandet Line, the Drammen Line and the Vestfold Line. 1866 with the opening of the Randsfjorden Line ... Oslo, Kongsberg and Eidsvoll, regional trains on the Vestfold Line and express trains to Bergen on the Bergen Line and to Kristiansand on the Sørlandet Line ...
Jæren Line
... The Jæren Line (Norwegian Jærbanen) 74.7-kilometer (46.4 mi) long railway line between Stavanger and Egersund in Jæren, Norway ... official use and the section is regarded as the western-most part of the Sørlandet Line ... Owned by the Norwegian National Rail Administration, the line has double track from Stavanger Station to Sandnes Station, and single track from Sandnes to Egersund Station ...
Ålgård Line - History
... The first plans to build a railway line along the route of the Ålgård Line was as part of the main route between Stavanger and Oslo ... Sejersted proposed a line running through Høgsfjord, Dirdal, Hunnedalen, Sirdal and Hylestad and onwards through Telemark to Kongsberg ... Through Rogaland, it would run further east than the Jæren Line, which was under construction from Stavanger to Egersund ...

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