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Odenplan (Commuter Rail Station) Sweden

This station is called "Odenplan" and is located on the Stockholm City Line which opened in 2017. The station is technically not part of Stockholm's metro system, but it is accessible by foot from the immediately named metro station. The station was designed by artist David Svensson and his light installation is called "Life Line".
Stockholm’s metro is the world’s longest art exhibition because nearly all of its 100 stations are designed by artists. So buying a ticket for public transport is like buying a ticket for a museum.

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Odenplan metro station and Odenplan commuter rail station are on different levels, but they are connected to each other.
You need a valid ticket to get to any platform in the system. So why not use it to get around as well?
You do not need to buy an extra ticket for the Stockholm City Line just to get to the escalators and platforms if you travel by metro.
Crowd Factor A decent amount of people
Best Timing Blue hour/nighttime
Sunrise & Sunset 07:43 - 17:20 | current local time: 21:08
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