Gare de Mulhouse

  (Redirected from Gare de Mulhouse-Ville)

The Gare de Mulhouse, also known as Gare de Mulhouse-Ville or locally as Gare Centrale,[2] is the main railway station in the city of Mulhouse, Alsace, France. It is the eastern terminus of the Paris–Mulhouse railway.

Gare de Mulhouse-Ville SNCF
SNCF railway station
Mulhouse - Hauptbahnhof3.jpg
Location10 avenue du Général Leclerc
68100 Mulhouse
Haut-Rhin
France
Coordinates47°44′33″N 7°20′36″E / 47.7426°N 7.3433°E / 47.7426; 7.3433Coordinates: 47°44′33″N 7°20′36″E / 47.7426°N 7.3433°E / 47.7426; 7.3433
Owned bySNCF
Operated bySNCF
Line(s)Mulhouse - Kruth
Paris–Mulhouse railway
Strasbourg–Basel railway
Müllheim–Mulhouse railway
Platforms5
Tracks8
History
OpenedSeptember 1, 1839
Traffic
Passengers (2018)5 055 333[1]

Rail services from Mulhouse to the following stations are available:

A tram stop on the forecourt of the station serves as the terminus of lines 2 and 3 of the Mulhouse tramway, as well as the tram-train service to Thann. The outer section of this tram-train line shares its tracks with the SNCF service from inside the station to Kruth.[3]

Preceding station   SNCF   Following station
toward Paris-Lyon
TGV
toward Zürich
toward Paris-Lyon
TGV
toward Bern
toward Paris-Lyon
TGVTerminus
toward Luxembourg
TGV
toward southeastern France
toward Nice-Ville
TGV
toward Nancy
towards Marseille
ICE/TGV 84
towards Frankfurt
toward Strasbourg
TER Grand Est A1
toward Basel SBB
toward Strasbourg
TER Grand Est A2Terminus
TerminusTER Grand Est A15
toward Basel SBB
TER Grand Est A16
toward Belfort
TER Grand Est A17
toward Kruth

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Fréquentation en gares". SNCF. Retrieved 9 December 2019.
  2. ^ "Plans du réseau". Soléa. Retrieved 2011-04-06.
  3. ^ Haydock, David (April 2011). "France's first real tram train". Today's Railways. Platform 5 Publishing Ltd. pp. 37–40.

External linksEdit