Gare de Lannion is a railway station serving the town Lannion, Côtes-d'Armor department, western France. It is the northern terminus of the Plouaret–Lannion railway. The railway line between Plouaret and Lannion has been electrified in 2000. A new station has been built in Lannion.

ServicesEdit

Preceding station   SNCF   Following station
TerminusTGV
TerminusTER Bretagne 21

At the cinemaEdit

The former Lannion Station can be seen at the end of the 1946 movie La Bataille du rail (The Battle of the Rails).

Lannion
 
Location1 avenue du Général de Gaulle
22300 Lannion
Côtes-d'Armor
France
Elevation8 m
Owned bySNCF
Operated bySNCF
Platforms1
Tracks2
History
OpenedNovember 13, 1881
Traffic
Passengers (2018)192 072[1]
Services
TGV
TER Bretagne
 
The station
 
View of Lannion Station Platforms

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Fréquentation en gares". SNCF. Retrieved 9 December 2019.

(in French)

Coordinates: 48°43′38″N 3°27′37″W / 48.72722°N 3.46028°W / 48.72722; -3.46028