|Distance||385.10 km (239.29 mi)|
|Elevation||176.9 m (580 ft) asl|
|Owner||Norwegian National Rail Administration|
|Line operator(s)||Norwegian State Railways|
Breland Station (Norwegian: Breland stasjon) is a railway station located at Breland in Marnardal, Norway on th eSørlandet Line. The station is served by regional trains operated by Norwegian State Railways to Stavanger and Kristiansand, with one daily service to Kristiansand in the morning and one daily service to Stavanger in the afternoon.
The station was opened in 1935 when the Sørlandet Line was extended from Kristiansand Station to Moi Station. Previously there were six stops between Breland and Marnadal: Sjåvatn, Fossestøl, Skogtun, Høye, Øyslebø og Heddeland, but these have all been closed.
- Jernbaneverket page on Breland (Norwegian)
|Preceding station||Line||Following station|
|Preceding station||Regional trains||Following station|
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