Upsete Station

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Upsete
Upsete stasjon.jpeg
1909
Location Upsete,  Aurland
Norway
Elevation850.2 m
Owned by Bane NOR
Operated by Vy
Line(s) Bergen Line
Distance342.15 km
Platforms1
History
Opened1908

Upsete Station (Norwegian : Upsete stasjon) is a railway station on the Bergen Line located at Upsete in Aurland, Norway. The station is served by the Bergen Commuter Rail, operated by Vy, with up to five daily departures in each direction. The station was opened in 1908 as part of the Bergen Line. The surrounding area is dominantly recreational, with many cabins.

Preceding stationLineFollowing station
Vieren Bergensbanen Myrdal
Preceding stationLocal trainsFollowing station
Vieren   Bergen Commuter Rail   Myrdal

Coordinates: 60°43′33″N7°0′51″E / 60.72583°N 7.01417°E / 60.72583; 7.01417

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