Erik Glosimodt

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Erik Waldemar Glosimodt (1881 in Oslo, Norway – September 19, 1921 in Trondheim, Norway) was a Norwegian architect. He is known for drawing many railway stations, among others the preserved Kongsvoll Station. Glosimodt died in the Nidareid train disaster.

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