|Elevation||70.6 metres (232 ft) above sea level|
|Owned by||Norwegian National Rail Administration|
|Operated by||Norwegian State Railways|
|Distance||61.40 kilometres (38.15 mi)|
|Opened||29 October 1902|
Åsen Station (Norwegian: Åsen stasjon) is a railway station located in the village of Åsen in the municipality of Levanger in Nord-Trøndelag county, Norway. It is located on the Nordland Line. The station is served hourly by Norwegian State Railways's Trøndelag Commuter Rail service to Steinkjer and Trondheim. The station also serves Frosta via bus routes provided by TrønderBilene.
The station was opened as Aasen on 29 October 1902 on the Hell–Sunnan Line railway line between Hell Station and Levanger Station as the section to Levanger was finished. Åsen was designed by architect Paul Due and was built with a surrounding park. In April 1921, the name of the station was changed to the current Åsen. The current building is from 1944, but it is no longer used by the railway and it is now an art gallery.
|Preceding station||Line||Following station|
|Preceding station||Local trains||Following station|
|Skatval||Trøndelag Commuter Rail||Ronglan|
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