Bergen Railway Station, Norway

Jens Zetlitz Monrad Kielland
Date Built
Opened 1913
Strømgt 4
Bergen Railway Station is the western terminus of the world famous Oslo to Bergen Railway, the highest mainline railway in northern Europe.  The railway was completed in 1909 and this station building was added four years later.  There are four platforms serving the Oslo train, as well as local commuter trains to  Arna, Voss and Myrdal.  The stone building sits on the eastern end of the city centre.  The design is characteristic of the National Romantic style.

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