Gare de Caen

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Caen Station in 2009.

Caen, Gare de l'Ouest or Gare Calvados, is the main and now only station serving the city of Caen. The station stands on the main line from Paris to Cherbourg and although it mainly is an intercity station many regional trains use the station. Typical services link Caen to Lisieux, Evreux, Paris, Rouen, St Lô, Rennes, Bayeux and Lison. The station opened in 1857 with the arrival of the CF de l'Ouest line from Paris. The station was rebuilt by Henri Pacon in 1934.

Services[edit]

The following services call at Caen:

  • intercity services (Intercités) Caen - Alençon - Le Mans - Tours
  • local services (TER Basse-Normandie) Caen - Alençon - Le Mans
  • local services (TER Basse-Normandie) Caen - Lisieux - Bernay - Rouen
  • local services (TER Basse-Normandie) Caen - Lison - Saint-Lô - Avranches - Rennes
Preceding station   SNCF   Following station
Terminus
Intercités
toward Cherbourg
Intercités Terminus
Terminus Intercités
toward Tours
toward Lisieux
TER Basse-Normandie 1
toward Cherbourg
Terminus TER Basse-Normandie 7
toward Le Mans
TER Basse-Normandie 8
TER Basse-Normandie 9
toward Rennes

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Coordinates: 49°10′35″N 0°20′52″W / 49.17639°N 0.34778°W / 49.17639; -0.34778