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|Operator||Norwegian State Railways
Airport Express Train
Sandvika Station (Norwegian: Sandvika stasjon) is a railway station located in downtown Sandvika in Bærum, Akershus, Norway. The station serves as a local public transport hub and is located on the Asker Line and the Drammen Line. The station was opened with the Drammen Line in 1872. In 2005 the Asker Line opened allowing though trains to bypass local trains and head directly to the next mayor station, Asker. An expansion of the Asker Line to Lysaker is under construction.
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