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Sandnes Sentrum Station

Sandnes
An NSB Class 73 express train at Sandnes.
Location Downtown, Sandnes
Norway
Coordinates
Elevation 6.1 m (20 ft)
Owned by Norwegian National Rail Administration
Operated by Norwegian State Railways
Line(s) Sørlandet Line
Distance 583.45 km (362.54 mi)
Connections Bus: Kolumbus

Sandnes Sentrum Station (Norwegian: Sandnes sentrum stasjon) is a railway station located in downtown Sandnes in Rogaland, Norway. The station is served by regional trains to Kristiansand and the Jæren Commuter Rail. The station is 14.78 kilometres (9.18 mi) south of Stavanger Station.

History

The original station for Sandnes, Sandnes Station, was opened with the Jæren Line in 1878. Since a new station in the center of Sandnes was built, and the old station converted to a stop for only regional trains.

Two NBS Class 72 commuter trains meeting at Sandnes.
Preceding station Line Following station
Jåttåvågen Sørlandet Line Sandnes Old
Preceding station Regional trains Following station
Stavanger   StavangerKristiansand   Bryne
Preceding station Local trains Following station
Gausel   Jæren Commuter Rail   Sandnes

External links

  • Jernbaneverket Stavenger Station profile (Norwegian)
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