Junction station: Porsgrunn (on the Bratsberg Line)
Industrial line, approximately 2 km in length. [Not in use as of 22.11.2002]
Junction station: Vikersund (on the Randsfjord Line)
Museum line on the route between Vikersund-Krøderen, approximately 26 km in length. Axle load 11 tonnes, weight per running metre 5 tonnes, not electrified. The line is usually not ploughed in the winter and is therefore not normally operable between the first major snowfall and early May each year.
Junction station: Tinnoset (on the Bratsberg Line)
The line consists of the ferry route between Tinnoset – Mæl (30 km) and the railway line between Mæl – Rjukan (16 km). Ferry route: Track length M/F ‘Storegut’: 156 meters, minimum curve radius: 150 meters, axel load: 22.5 tonnes Length of railway: Axle load 22.5 tonnes, electrified industrial line but permanently disconnected converter. CL masts and overhead lines still intact (tourist traffic during the summer season).
Siding Tunestveit – Midttun
Junction station: Tunestveit switch (Bergen Line at km 459.36)
The railway line is protected and currently in use as a museum line. 21.5 km in length. Axle load 18 tonnes, not electrified. Minimum curve radius 180 m.
These lines are owned by the state through Bane NOR. Due to lack of traffic, this infrastructure is not currently maintained. Occasional maintenance takes place in order to ensure that Bane NOR is able to pass across the line with its own measurement train. Reopening to traffic must be arranged by specific agreement with Bane NOR. It should be anticipated that any reopening would take time. Upon reopening, Bane NOR will require the train company (TU) to cover costs associated with reopening.
Junction station: Grong (Nordland Line)
Railway, 30 km long.
Junction station: Notodden (Bratsberg Line)
Line is protected. Railway, 30 km long.
Junction station: Eina (Gjøvik Line)
Railway, 47 km long.
Junction station: Kongsberg (on the Sørland Line)
Line is protected. Freight and passenger traffic suspended by decision of the Storting in 1989. Approximately 45 km in length. Track in place.
Junction station: Ganddal (on the Jær Line)
Closed by a decision of the Storting in 1988. Approximately 12 km in length. Approximately 12 km in length. Track in place, but broken at Figgjo (9 km along route).
These lines are owned by the state through Bane NOR. They are not part of the state network, and are generally not maintained, however the rails are still in situ. Reopening to traffic (and maintenance) may require new resolutions from the Storting.
Junction station: Sira (on the Sørland Line)
Line is protected. Closed by a decision of the Storting in 1991. Approximately 17 km in length. Line is currently maintained. The construction gauge of the line is smaller than the standard gauge on the state railway network. Axle load 11 tonnes, not electrified.
Junction station: Dokka (on the Valdres Line)
Closed by a decision of the Storting in 1989. Approximately 51 km in length. Track in place.
Junction station: Grefsen (Gjøvik Line)
Connection tracks for the transfer of rail-based maintenance equipment and suburban rolling stock between the workshop/production site and location of use.
Rolling stock with a wheel profile adapted to Sporveien’s network may cross Bane NOR’s network by special agreement and subject to further conditions.
Rolling stock with a wheel profile adapted to Bane NOR’s network is not normally permitted to cross Sporveien’s tram network.