Gare de Bordeaux État
On 1 August 1893 the last portion of the main line was opened and État trains were permitted to use the Midi's Gare de Bordeaux Saint-Jean station. Three years later, the 2 km long branch to Bordeaux-État was opened as well as the station. Only a small number of trains ever used the station as most were routed to Saint-Jean to allow passengers to use connecting services.
Bordeaux-État was closed at the creation of the SNCF and all services rerouted to Saint-Jean. The station was situated near the Pont de Pierre and was subsequently converted into a cinema and restaurants.
- Gare de Bordeaux Saint-Jean (Midi)
- Gare de Bordeaux Passerelle (PO)
- Gare de Bordeaux Bastide (PO)
- Gare de Bordeaux Saint-Louis
- Gare de Bordeaux Ségur
- Gare de Bordeaux Bénauge (PO-Midi-État)
- (French) La gare de l'État
|This article about a railway station in the Aquitaine région of France is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|