Grønvollfoss Station

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Location
59°39'05"N
009°12'50"E
Country
 Norway
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Grønvollfoss Station (Norwegian: Grønvollfoss stasjon) was a railway station serving Grønvollfoss in Notodden, Norway on the Tinnoset Line from 1909 to the line closed in 1991. Designed by Thorvald Astrup it opened on 9 August 1909 as a stop called Grøndvoldsfoss. It got the current name on 1 January 1922. It became a station in 1965, but a stop again in 1976 after the station was razed. It was manned until 1960. It was closed along with the railway on 1 January 1991.
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