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The Dovre Railway

The Dovre Railway was opened in 1921 and runs between Oslo and Trondheim. The railway line passes through the stunning Gudbrandsdalen valley and across the mighty Dovrefjell mountain range.
The Dovre Railway is in total 548 km long and takes you through some of Norway’s best national parks, mountains and scenic attractions. There are several great destinations to visit along the route.
The whole trip from Oslo to Trondheim takes about 7 hours, and the train has frequent departures throughout the day. The railway line also runs as a night train service with sleeping compartments.
The Dovre Railway stops at Dombås, and here you can change trains to the Rauma Railway, which travels on to Åndalsnes.
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