Gare de La Barre-Ormesson

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Gare de La Barre-Ormesson Transilien
Gare de La Barre - Ormesson 07.jpg
A part of the station under renovation
Location Deuil-la-Barre, France
Coordinates 48°57′59″N 2°18′59″E / 48.96639°N 2.31639°E / 48.96639; 2.31639Coordinates: 48°57′59″N 2°18′59″E / 48.96639°N 2.31639°E / 48.96639; 2.31639
Owned by SNCF
Line(s) Saint-Denis–Dieppe railway
Platforms 2 platforms
Tracks 2 tracks
Other information
Fare zone 5 (Carte Orange)
Opened 1891
Preceding station   SNCF   Following station
toward Paris-Nord
Transilien Transilien Paris – Nord

Gare de La Barre-Ormesson is a railway station located in the commune of Deuil-la-Barre (Val-d'Oise department), France. The station is served by Transilien H trains, on the lines from Paris to Persan-Beaumont and Pontoise. The daily number of passengers was between 2,500 and 7,500 in 2002.[1]


La Barre-Ormesson is located on the original Paris - Lille line, which was opened on 20 June 1846 by Compagnie des chemins de fer du Nord (North Railway Company). This line passed along the Montmorency Valley (Ermont-Eaubonne), and headed towards the northeast at Saint-Ouen-l'Aumône, continuing through the Oise valley. In 1859, a more direct line along Chantilly was opened. The Paris - Pontoise line was electrified in 1969.[2]


The station is served every 15 minutes and eight trains an hour during peak hours. It takes 9 to 15 minutes to reach Paris.

Bus connections[edit]

  • RATP; 256, 356 and 556

See also[edit]


  1. ^ STIF - Atlas des transports publics en Île-de-France (French)
  2. ^ La Vie du Rail magazine June 28, 1970 - "Électrification de la gare de Montsoult-Maffliers". (Electrification of Montsoult-Maffliers Station)