Gare de Ham (Somme)

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Gare de Ham
HAM - La gare provisoire.JPG
The provisional station around 1920
Location Place de la Gare
Ham 80440
Coordinates 49°44′23″N 3°4′11″E / 49.73972°N 3.06972°E / 49.73972; 3.06972Coordinates: 49°44′23″N 3°4′11″E / 49.73972°N 3.06972°E / 49.73972; 3.06972
Owned by RFF/SNCF
Line(s) Amiens–Laon railway
Tracks 2
Services
Preceding station   SNCF   Following station
toward Amiens
TER Picardie 4
toward Reims
TER Picardie 11

The Gare de Ham (Ham station) is a railway station located in the commune of Muille-Villette near Ham in the Somme department, France. The station is served by TER Picardie trains from Amiens to Reims and to Saint-Quentin.

History[edit]

Formerly, the station was also connected with secondary metre gauge rail lines:

Ham was in the combat area during the Battle of the Somme in World War I and suffered heavy damages. The station was destroyed, and a provisional station was built.

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