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Myra Station (Norwegian: Myra holdeplass) was a railway station situated at Myra in the neighborhood of Stabekk in Bærum, Norway, on the Drammen Line. The station, located 7.30 kilometers (4.54 mi) from Oslo West Station, was served by Oslo Commuter Rail trains of the Norwegian State Railways. Ramstad opened on 1 November 1931 with two simple side platforms. It was opened as Marstrander bro, but took the name Myra eighteen days later. Ticket sales remained until 1964. The station was one of several closed on 3 July 1973 as part of a service upgrade to speed up local trains on the Drammen Line.

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  • Myra Station (Norwegian: Myra holdeplass) was a railway station situated at Myra in the neighborhood of Stabekk in Bærum, Norway, on the Drammen Line. The station, located 7.30 kilometers (4.54 mi) from Oslo West Station, was served by Oslo Commuter Rail trains of the Norwegian State Railways. Ramstad opened on 1 November 1931 with two simple side platforms. It was opened as Marstrander bro, but took the name Myra eighteen days later. Ticket sales remained until 1964. The station was one of several closed on 3 July 1973 as part of a service upgrade to speed up local trains on the Drammen Line.
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  • Myra Station (Norwegian: Myra holdeplass) was a railway station situated at Myra in the neighborhood of Stabekk in Bærum, Norway, on the Drammen Line. The station, located 7.30 kilometers (4.54 mi) from Oslo West Station, was served by Oslo Commuter Rail trains of the Norwegian State Railways. Ramstad opened on 1 November 1931 with two simple side platforms. It was opened as Marstrander bro, but took the name Myra eighteen days later. Ticket sales remained until 1964. The station was one of several closed on 3 July 1973 as part of a service upgrade to speed up local trains on the Drammen Line.
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