The brickwork of the crow-stepped tops of the gable walls has fine detailing. On the inside there are rendered walls, exposed roof constructions and a long skylight. All doors and gates have over the years been replaced, but the windows are still the originals.

Paul Due (1835-1919) was for two decades employed as a railway architect, and he designed many of the buildings along the Ofoten Line (from Narvik to the Swedish border). Paul Due was like many Norwegian architects at the time educated in Germany and this influenced his work. He preferred the style of romanesque historicism for brick buildings and the Swiss chalet style while working in wood.


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