Skøyen–Filipstad Line

The Skøyen–Filipstad Line (Norwegian: Skøyen–Filipstadlinjen) is a 2-kilometer (1.2 mi) long railway line between Skøyen and Filipstad in Oslo, Norway. It is used for freight trains to Oslo Port.

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Skøyen–Filipstad Line - History
... The line was built as part of the Drammen Line that opened in 1872, as a narrow gauge (1067 mm) railway ... Later the line was rebuilt to double track ... The line consisted of the last two kilometers of the Drammen Line that terminated at Oslo West Station (Oslo V) ...

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