|Owned by||Norwegian National Rail Administration|
|Operated by||NSB Gjøvikbanen|
|Connections||Oslo Metro: Storo (station)|
|Opened||20 December 1900|
Grefsen Station (Norwegian: Grefsen stasjon) is a railway station at Storo in Oslo, Norway on the Gjøvik Line. From the station there is also a short railway, the Alnabru–Grefsen Line, to Alna on the Hoved Line. The station is located 6.82 km from Oslo Central Station and is located between Tøyen and Nydalen at 109.2 metes above sea level. It was opened on 20 December 1900, two years before the railway to Gjøvik was finished.
The station is served by commuter and regional trains operated by NSB Gjøvikbanen. Along the line to the east runs the Ring 3 road, and across that there is a tram and bus stop. A bit further north of Grefsen Station there is a connection to the Oslo Metro, at Storo.
The station serves Nordre Åsen sports field.
- Entry at Jernbaneverket ‹See Tfd›(in English)
- Entry at the Norwegian Railway Club ‹See Tfd›(in Norwegian)
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