|Distance||419.34 km (260.57 mi)|
|Elevation||106.6 m (350 ft) AMSL|
|Owner||Norwegian National Rail Administration|
|Line operator(s)||Norwegian State Railways|
Audnedal Station (Norwegian: Audnedal stasjon) is a railway station located at the village of Konsmo in Audnedal, Norway on the Sørlandet Line. The station is served by regional trains operated by the Norwegian State Railways to Stavanger and Kristiansand. Between Audnedal and Snartemo Station is the 5.8 km long Hægebostad Tunnel, the fifth longest railway tunnel in Norway.
All regional trains stop at Audnedal Station if needed. This means that passengers wishing to travel from Audnedal must stand visible on the platform when the train comes, or pre-order the ticket via telephone or Internet. If the train driver can not see anybody on the platform, and nobody on board wants to leave, the train will simply pass the station at reduced speed, without stopping.
Audnedal Station has a waiting room which is open always, except Saturday night from 21.00 to Sunday 07.00 (automatic door lock). There is no ticket office, ATM or crew on the station, but there is a restroom and 30 free parking spaces for passenger´s cars.
- Jernbaneverket page on Audnedal (Norwegian)
|Preceding station||Line||Following station|
|Preceding station||Regional trains||Following station|