Voss Station is a railway station on the Bergen Line. It sits just off
the European route E16 highway
on the northwestern shore of the Lake Vangsvatnet. The station was opened
as the original terminal
station of the Voss Line in 1883. It is served by express trains to Bergen
Most commuter trains terminate at Voss, but up to seven per day continue
The mean daily temperature of Voss ranges 13$B!n(B to 14$B!n(B, during months of
June to August.
(L) Norway's troll welcomes a train passenger. (M) Station building with
atypical station clock
(R) A display of departure and arrival schedules
(L) A commuter train was waiting for the coming freight train (R) A smiling
(L) A peaceful petting with a local person that is not seen in a big city.
(R) Bergen-Oslo train runs on the single-track line.
(L) Lake Vangsvatnet (R) Voss Church, built in 1277.
(L) Voss Church (R) Historic Fleisher' Hotel stands in front of Voss railway-station.
$B!!(BSmoking-room ratio in hotels in Norway Oslo 2015
$B!!(BSmoking-room ratio in hotels in Norway Bergen 2015
$B!!(BSmoking-room ratio in hotels in Norway Fjord 2015
$B!!(BAll hotels are smoke-free in Norway Fjord 2016.
Norway 2015 Arrival to Oslo Oslo 2015 Oslo to Bergen Bergen 2015 Bergen to Alesund
Hotels in Oslo Hotels in Bergen Hotels on the route from Oslo to Alesund
Smoking ban in Norway Departure from Norway
Bergen to Stalheim Stalheim Voss Flaem Aurlandsfjellet Solvorn Sognefjell
Geiranger Andalsnes Atlantic Ocean Road Trondheim Norway's tunnel A train trip to Oslo
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This information was provided by the Smokefree Hotel and Travel.
The photographs were taken in June, and an article was written in July
by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.