Trains in Oslo


Yesterday, I went up to Asker from Skyoen to see a friend of mine and you know what, the train was very clean and I felt very safe. I was so excited to see the trains in Norway because M really loves train so I had to take couple pictures of train especially red colored one because that’s M’s favorite train color.


Train ride itself was very comfortable. Unlike trains in Japan, the seats on the ordinary seats were super comfortable almost like the ones you will seat on the bullet train. Very comfy chair and it was relatively clean. I purchased ticket from the machine and showed ticked to the train personel once. On the train there were both Norwegian and English announcement as well as monitor that shows the next stop so I did not get completely lost. I felt like I am fully exposed to the local life.

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Tweet tweet .@Adelaide_FC Great win boys! Well played #gocrows 3 days ago; Shout out to Oslo West superstar #10 Rene Damborg Jensen doing Denmark proud in #ec13 . From the Norwegian AFL community 1 week ago 

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Friday’s adoring Associated Press piece concerning Nobel Laureate Al Gore’s noble decision to take the train from the Oslo airport rather than the traditional motorcade to his hotel neglected something else besides the huge 

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Donna, As stated, the Nutshell travelers use the same train Oslo-Bergen as everyone else. The train makes just brief stops in stations to allow passengers off/on. No sightseeing. If you want some sightseeing without taking the 

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Train Oslo Bergen. By Tony_Montana, September 10th 2010 in Oslo Travel Guide Comments (0). Oslo and Bergen are both very populous cities in Norway. Many in Oslo will travel out to somewhere such as Bergen for a weekend getaway 

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Live footage of Haust playing in Oslo last weekend with their new lineup and a guest appearance from AnnK of Dark Times.


Train Oslo-Myrdal (NOK 499); Panoramic Train Myrdal-Flam (NOK 280); Ferryboat Flam-Gudvangen (NOK 285) – includes free entry to Flam Rail Museum; Bus Gudvangen-Voss (NOK 94) and Train Voss-Bergen (NOK 184) 


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