Gare de Meaux

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Gare de Meaux (built in 1890).

Meaux is a railway station serving Meaux, Seine-et-Marne department, northern France. It is situated on the Paris–Strasbourg railway, and offers connections to Paris-Est, Château-Thierry and La Ferté-Milon.

The rail line connecting Paris to Meaux was established in 1849. The nowadays SNCF train station, still in use, was built in 1890.[1]

Train services[edit]

Train services go:
Towards Paris Gare de l'Est: 2 to 4 trains per hour
Towards Château-Thierry 1 or 2 trains per hour
Towards La Ferté-Milon 1 or 2 trains per hour

Bus services[edit]

Alongside the Meaux train station there is also the main bus station in the city, with more than 30 bus lines serving the whole eastern metropolitan area of the Paris agglomeration.

Preceding station   SNCF   Following station
toward Paris-Est
Transilien Transilien Paris – Est Terminus
Transilien Transilien Paris – Est


In the future, Meaux will be the terminus for RER E, which now is Chelles. This gives Meaux a direct connection towards downtown Paris, via the Magenta and the Haussmann – Saint-Lazare stations. Services are projected to begin in 2018.


Coordinates: 48°57′29″N 2°52′25″E / 48.95806°N 2.87361°E / 48.95806; 2.87361