The station was opened in 1943 when Sørlandsbanen was extended from Kristiansand Station to Moi Station. Previously there were six stops between Breland and Marnadal: Sjåvatn, Fossestøl, Skogtun, Høye, Øyslebø og Heddeland, but these have all been closed.
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Coordinates: 58°12′45.18″N 7°30′43.77″E / 58.2125500°N 7.5121583°E / 58.2125500; 7.5121583
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