Le Havre station
Le Havre is the main railway station located in Le Havre, Seine-Maritime, France. The station was opened on 22 March 1847 and is located on the Paris–Le Havre railway. The train services are operated by SNCF.
|Location||Le Havre, Normandy, |
|Line(s)||Paris–Le Havre railway, |
Lézarde Express Régionale
The station building was built in 1932 by Henri Pacon for the CF de l'Etat replacing the older building along with a new clock tower. It is a terminus and the passenger hall is parallel to the street. Of the old building, only the rooftop by Juste Lisch remains.
The station is served by the following services:
- High speed services (TGV) Le Havre - Rouen - Massy TGV - Lyon - Avignon - Marseille
- Intercity services (Intercités) Le Havre - Rouen - Paris
- Regional services (TER Normandie) Le Havre - Bréauté-Beuzeville - Yvetot - Rouen
- Local services (TER Normandie) Le Havre - Bréauté-Beuzeville - Fécamp
- Local services (TER Normandie) Le Havre - Harfleur - Montivilliers (- Rolleville)
|Preceding station||SNCF||Following station|
The station is served by the Le Havre tramway, which has a tram stop outside the entrance of the station.
- A (La Plage - Hotel de Ville - Gare - Universite - Mare Rouge - Mont-Gaillard)
- B (La Plage - Hotel de Ville - Gare - Universite - Atrium - Caucriauville)
- Timetables TER Haute-Normandie (in French)
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Gare du Havre.|
- Le Havre station at "Gares & Connexions", the official website of SNCF (in French)
- (in French) Gare Le Havre at lesgares.com
- (in French) TER Haute Normandie
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