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Oslo Commuter Rail

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Oslo Commuter Train will depart Oslo Central Station

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CAF Oaris trains for Flytoget, Norway

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A couple of trains at Oslo S

Winter Cab View from two of the most SCENIC RAILWAYS in the WORLD

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[NSB] Lokaltog at Valnesfjord station. This is what i´d call good service!

Oslo Commuter Rail is a commuter rail centered in Oslo, Norway, connecting the capital to six counties in Eastern Norway. The system is operated by the Norwegian State Railways (NSB) and its subsidiary NSB Gjøvikbanen, using Class 69 and Class 72 electric multiple units (EMU). The network spans eight routes and 128 stations, with Oslo Central Station (Oslo S) as the central hub. The trains run on 553 kilometers (344 mi) of electrified mainline railway owned by the Norwegian National Rail Administration. Deficits are financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications, although the network also has a ticketing cooperation with Ruter, the public transport authority in Oslo and Akershus. The network is the longest commuter rail network in the Nordic countries, and among top ten in Europe.
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