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Due to its name, Hell Station has become a tourist attraction.
The station's freight building still bears the old sign saying Hell Gods-Expedition. In Norwegian, Gods-Expedition (archaic) or godsekspedisjon (modern) means freight service or cargo...more
We stopped here on the way to Trondheim . The name He'll actually means luck in Norwegian.
So take your pictures here in the railway station and tracks and waiting room. You can tell everyone you have been to hell and back , alive and...More
I can advise that Hell is located 3.2m (10feet) above the sea level in Norway. (Railway station building located in the village called Hell in Northern Trøndelag county.) Hell's station's freight building read "Gods expedition" which means cargo handling in Norwegian. And you can also...More
Tiny tiny rail station with just a waiting room and not really a platform, tickets bought ahead online so all we needed was our e-tickets.
Train conductor was very helpful and had a proper train conductor moustache 😆 what more could you want!