The Trunk Line (Norwegian: Hovedbanen) is a railway line in Norway which runs between Oslo and Eidsvoll. The line is owned by the Norwegian National Rail Administration.
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... Bo-ai bus routes To service the disabled, Wheel chair users，the "Bo-ai bus" line was specially operated，and the buses are different from the general buses ... Since 2008 March，聯合 operate Zhongxiao Trunk Line，with all in low bottom dish bus。 Low-floor induces In 2001, Taipei City Bus Administration (now ... Zhongxiao New Trunk Line (忠孝新幹線), jointly operated by Zhongxing Bus (中興巴士) and Kwanghwa Bus (光華巴士) uses 20 low-floor buses imported from mainland China ...
... In 1913, the State Trunk Line Act required the highway department to build and maintain bridges at the state's expense if they were included in the nascent highway system ... Built as Trunk Line Bridge No ... structure was also built by the MSHD under the Trunk Line Act of 1913 ...
... The Hasle Line is a proposed branch which would connect the Grorud to the Ring Line in such a way that trains running down the Grorud Line can turn onto the Ring Line ... built between Hasle and Økern, and would allow trains to serve Sinsen and onwards on the Ring Line ... proposed building a connection with the Furuset Line, between Furuset and Økern ...
... is now the Oslo Commuter Rail was the Trunk Line, which opened on 1 September 1854 between Oslo East Station (Oslo Ø, located at the same place as the current Oslo S), and Eidsvoll ... The line was at first private, although it was nationalized in 1926 ... On 3 October 1862, the Kongsvinger Line opened from Lillestrøm to Kongsvinger ...
Famous quotes containing the words line and/or trunk:
“Gascoigne, Ben Jonson, Greville, Raleigh, Donne,
Poets who wrote great poems, one by one,
And spaced by many years, each line an act
Through which few labor, which no men retract.
This passion is the scholars heritage,”
—Yvor Winters (19001968)
“through the Sumner Tunnel,
trunk by trunk through its sulphurous walls,
tile by tile like a mens urinal,
like somebody elses package.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)