Gare de Cannes-La Bocca

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Gare de Cannes-La Bocca in 2006.

Gare de Cannes-La Bocca is a railway station in the city of Cannes, southern France.

The station opened on 10 April 1863 when the line from Les Arcs to Cagnes-sur-Mer (part of the Marseille–Ventimiglia railway) opened to passengers. The station is both a passenger station and a goods/maintenance depot. Engine maintenance was transferred from Cannes-Ville in 1880 and the goods yard opened in 1883.

Cannes-La Bocca is situated alongside the beach and a connection to local ferries is possible.

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Preceding station   SNCF   Following station
TER PACA 3
toward Nice-Ville

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Coordinates: 43°32′56″N 6°59′12″E / 43.54889°N 6.98667°E / 43.54889; 6.98667