Bergkrystallen (station)

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Bergkrystallen stasjon with MX3000.JPG
Location Lambertseter, Oslo
Coordinates 59°52′01″N 10°49′17″E / 59.86694°N 10.82139°E / 59.86694; 10.82139Coordinates: 59°52′01″N 10°49′17″E / 59.86694°N 10.82139°E / 59.86694; 10.82139
Elevation 160.0 m (524.9 ft)
Owned by Sporveien
Operated by Sporveien T-banen
Line(s) Lambertseter Line
Distance 10.5 km (6.5 mi) from Stortinget
Structure type At-grade
Opened 28 April 1957

Bergkrystallen is the end station on the Lambertseter Line, after Munkelia, of the Oslo Metro. It is located in the Nordstrand borough. Bergkrystallen is a road just north of the station. The area is mainly residential. Originally it was planned to extend the Lambertseter Line to Mortensrud, but the Østensjø Line was extended instead. The station is served by Line 4.

Bergkrystallen was opened as the end stop of the Lambertseter tram line in 1957,[1] it was upgraded to a subway station in 1966. Although the subway system was formally opened by the king at Jernbanetorget on 22 May 1966, the king and mayor travelled the line to Bergkrystallen where there was a ceremonial bouquet presentation in front of a large audience.[2]

The building of more residential apartments on the station has met local resistance.[3] In 2007, a proposal was made to build some terraced housing and a kindergarten on the station.[4]

Frognerseteren Munkelia Line 1 Terminus Bergkrystallen
Vestli Line 4 Bergkrystallen


  1. ^ Timeline Archived June 12, 2008, at the Wayback Machine. (Norwegian)
  2. ^ T-banen 40 år Oslo city archives, December 21, 2006 (Norwegian)
  3. ^ Ikke flere høyblokker på Bergkrystallen[permanent dead link] Nordstrands Blad, February 16, 2006 (Norwegian)
  4. ^ Vil bygge hus på Bergkrystallen stasjon Archived May 24, 2011, at the Wayback Machine. Aftenposten August 28, 2007 (Norwegian)

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