Gare de Mulhouse

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Gare de Mulhouse-Ville SNCF
Train
Mulhouse - Hauptbahnhof3.jpg
Station statistics
Address 10 avenue du Général Leclerc, 68100 Mulhouse
Coordinates 47°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
Line(s) Mulhouse - Kruth
Paris–Mulhouse railway
Strasbourg–Basel railway
Mulhouse - Müllheim
Other information
Owned by RFF / SNCF

The Gare de Mulhouse, also known as Gare de Mulhouse-Ville or locally as Gare Centrale,[1] is the main railway station in the city of Mulhouse, Alsace, France. It is the eastern terminus of the Paris–Mulhouse railway.

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.[2]

Preceding station   SNCF   Following station
toward Paris-Lyon
TGV
toward Zürich
toward Paris-Lyon
TGV
toward Strasbourg
TGV
toward southeastern France
TGV
Terminus
towards Marseille
ICE/TGV 84
toward Brussels Hbf
EuroCity
toward Zürich Hbf
toward Strasbourg
Intercités
night trains
toward Nice or Portbou
toward Strasbourg
TER Alsace 1
toward Basel SBB
toward Strasbourg
TER Alsace 2 Terminus
Terminus TER Alsace 15
toward Basel SBB
TER Alsace 16
toward Belfort
TER Alsace 17
toward Kruth

References[edit]

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

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