The railway line between Dombås and Åndalsnes offers spectacular sights, the trip itself is worth doing! Time tables, pictures and a lot of information on the website linked below. My pictures are from the first station after Dombås: Lesja. The station is unmanned, but the waiting room, toilet and shower is open. Lovely to have a possibility for a shower after three days of hiking! What a pity, then, that the facilities are misused, as you can see on some of my pictures. I hope this does not cause this excellent, free of charge service to be closed down.
Dombås train station is open and manned, even in the middle of the night! There is luggage storage, automates with hot and cold drinks and a newspaperstand. And the toilets are free of charge! Most of the small stations in Norway are unmanned, and in the bigger, manned ones, you have to pay to go to the loo. But then Dombås is an important traffic joint: The fameous Raumabane starts here, and takes you down to Åndalsnes through a spectacular landscape. The main railway between Oslo and Trondheim stops here, and is coordinated with the Åndalsnes trains.
Road E6, which runs through entire Norway from south to north passes through Dombås, and so does E136 to Åndalsnes. Eastbound you can get to Røros, Tynset and Alvdal by road 29. There are buses to many a destination, both locally and further away. The bus terminal is right in the center, while the train station is just outside.