Gare de Bellevue
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Station entrance on the Avenue du Général Gallieni
|Location||27 Avenue du Général Gallieni, Meudon|
|Owned by||RFF / SNCF|
|Platforms||1 island platform
2 side platforms
|Opened||10 September 1840|
The Gare de Bellevue is a railway station in the French commune of Meudon in the Île-de-France administrative region. It is situated on the Paris–Brest railway. It is served by Transilien trains from Paris-Montparnasse to Rambouillet, Dreux and Mantes-la-Jolie.
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From 1893 to 1934, the station served as an interchange with the upper station of the Bellevue funicular.
The station had two staggered side platforms and a central island platform, serving four tracks. Access between platforms was via an underpass. The two side platforms were used in case of difficulty or track maintenance.
- Bus: 169, 389, TIM
- Night bus: N61
In modern times
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