Norra StationsgatanNorthern stationsgatan east from Solnabron , television shows North Station area , March 2010. The red station house for outgoing goods, with the tower near the center of the picture, was demolished in 2014. 
Norra Stationsgatan is a street in Vasastaden, Stockholm . The street was called until 1940 Solnavägen , but was renamed to avoid confusion with the road of the same name that were just built in Solna .
Northern stationsgatan is partly northerly boundary of central Stockholm . On the southeast side of the street is the Vaasa city's stone house with its streets and on the other side of the road to the north is the old North Station area , a large track area currently built over with housing and workplaces in the new municipal border district Hagastaden .
Between 1970 (November 3) and in 1991 went E3 / E4 on this street that was then a notorious traffic jam in the city. It disappeared when the first part of the Northern Link was opened in 1991. When Essingeleden extended and connected to the Northern stationsgatan autumn of 1970 the idea was that this solution would only act as a "makeshift"  but then came to consist of about 20 years.Lycksele Municipality (Swedish: Lycksele kommun) is a municipality in Västerbotten County in northern Sweden. Its seat is located in Lycksele.
The municipality traces its history to Lycksele parish, which was in effect during the 19th century with very similar borders and size (5,000-5,500 km²). The whole rural municipality Lycksele became a market town (köping) in 1929 and city in 1946. In 1971 it was amalgamated with Örträsk Municipality.
Generally the northern municipalities, already sparsely populated, have population decreases, but various supporting projects also exist. For instance, a campus of Umeå University is situated here.
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