You can find on this page the Oslo trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Oslo trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Oslo in Norway.
The Oslo rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Oslo trains. This railway map of Oslo will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Oslo in Norway. The Oslo rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
By far the largest city in Norway, the capital of Oslo has a high concentration of the national rail infrastructure, notably in respect of servicing local travel needs amongst the metropolitan area population of over one million. Oslo curves around the head of Oslofjord, with rail routes mainly following the coastal strip or valleys leading away from the city centre as you can see in Oslo rail map. Given its relatively small size, Oslo offers a comprehensive public transport system, notably in respect of the multi-line metro. Most of the network uses a 750V dc via third rail, with overhead supply on parts of the Holmenkollbanen (Line 1, to the north) and Kolsåsbanen (Line 6, to the west) which have required two-system stock. The system is a mix of street running and reserved tracks. Compared to many urban systems with several modes, there are relatively few direct interchanges between trams, metro or heavy rail.
In 1977 the city tunnel could be opened for the eastern lines to reach Stortinget, in 1986 also western lines could run through the new tunnel from Nationaltheatret to Stortinget although passengers had to transfer here because of two different supply systems (only the eastern lines had third rail supply then). From 1993 on, the western lines either changed their power supply to third rail or new trains equipped with both systems (catenary and 3rd rail) have been used on Line 1 (2-car trains, switch at Frøen) and the former Line 4 to Kolsås (3-car trains, switch at Montebello) as its shown in Oslo rail map. By 2014, all branches had been rebuilt with a third-rail power supply, although on the Holmenkollbanen many level crossings remain. Since 1995, all lines have run through the shared metro tunnel from east to west. On 12 April 2003, the line arrangement on the western side was changed, with Line 1 being cut back to Majorstuen (during peak hours through operation to Bergkrystallen). After passenger protests, Line 1 has been running again through the city tunnel all the way to Helsfyr since 8 Jan 2005.
Oslo is not only the capital of Norway but also the main railway hub. Norway extensive railway network spreads out in a rough fan shape from Oslo, which is also well connected by train with the other Scandinavian capitals Stockholm and Copenhagen as its mentioned in Oslo rail map. The Trondheim to Oslo trains are equipped with all the necessary amenities for a safe and comfortable journey and provide scenic views along the route. Depending on the departures, some trains offer both the economy and the business classes for you to choose from. You can check the detailed Trondheim to Oslo train timetable and book rail tickets with Rail Ninja, curated route planning, expert advice & online booking platform for European trains.