|Elevation||219.6 metres (720 ft)|
|Distance||81.08 kilometres (50.38 mi)|
|Opened||17 October 1881|
|Operator||Norwegian State Railways|
Meråker Station (Norwegian: Meråker stasjon) is a railway station on the Meråker Line in the village of Midtbygda in the municipality of Meråker in Nord-Trøndelag county, Norway. The station was opened on 17 October 1881 as Meraker, and received the current name in 1 June 1919.
The station has been unmanned since 2 January 1987. It is served twice a day in each direction by Mittnabotåget operated by the Norwegian State Railways. It is located 81 kilometres (50 mi) from Trondheim and sits at an elevation of 220 metres (720 ft) above sea level.
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