Rossedalen Station

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Rossedalen Station (Norwegian: Rossedalen holdeplass) is a former railway station at Rossedalen in Arendal, Norway. Located on the Arendal Line, it was operated by the Norwegian State Railways. The station was opened on 1 May 1911 and originally consisted of a small station building. The station has never been manned and has never had a spur or passing loop.

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The station is 7.86 kilometers (4.88 mi) from Arendal Station at 70.3 meters (231 ft) above mean sea level, and 309.77 kilometers (192.48 mi) from Oslo Central Station.


Plans for a station at Rossedalen were launched in 1910, two years after the line past the area opened. It received a small station building identical to the one at Torbjørnsbu Station, designed by Harald Kaas. The station has never been manned, nor has it had any spurs or passing loops.
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