Alnabru Freight Terminal
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Alnabru was opened in 1902. The station had passengers, but was mainly concerned with goods. The Alnabru–Grefsen Line opened in 1901 and Loenga–Alnabru Line opened in 1907, and a large goods terminal was opened at the station.
In 1971, the Alnabru–Grefsen Line was closed as a mainline station, the Trunk Line instead went around the area, and a new station, Alna, opened outside it. The former station building was destroyed, and the goods terminal was closed. The new Alnabru station does not lie on a main line, and has no passenger traffic.
In the same place as Alnabru Station, between 1872–1873 there was a station named Alna, which should not be confused with the later station of the same name.
Thor Bjerke (ed.) and others Banedata '94. Norsk Jernbaneklubb 1994. ISBN 82-90286-15-5
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