Trondheim Central Station (Sentralstasjon)

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Trondheim Sentralstasjon

The main train station of Trondheim (Trondheim Sentralstasjon) is located in the northern part of the city centre between the Canal Harbour and Trondheimsfjord (the sea). Together with the seaport of Trondheim the train station occupies an artificial island called Brattøra.

Trondheim Sentralstasjon Pictures

Trondheim Sentralstasjon (Central Station)

Trondheim Central Station and boats in Trondheim Canal Harbour.

Trondheim Sentralstasjon (Central Station)

Trondheim Central Station (Sentralstasjon) entrance.

Railway Routes from Trondheim Sentralstasjon

Trondheim is one of the northernmost big cities in Europe and feels quite remote. Also the train connections to other parts of Scandinavia are quite limited. There are trains from Trondheim to Oslo, Bergen, Östersund (in Sweden) and also further to the north to Mo i Rana and Bodø.

Canal Harbour and Trondheim city centre

When you exit the train station, you can start watching the landmarks of Trondheim immediately. Right in front of you is the Canal Harbour with its typical wooden houses and lots of boats. If you take the Jernbanebrua (Railway Bridge), you will get to the centre in 5 minutes. Almost everything is very close in Trondheim – the city is not that big after all – some 170,000 inhabitants.