Gare de Moret-Veneux-les-Sablons
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Gare de Moret - Veneux-les-Sablons
|Location||Veneux-les-Sablons, Seine-et-Marne, Île-de-France
Moret-Veneux-les-Sablons is a railway station in Veneux-les-Sablons and Moret-sur-Loing, Île-de-France, France. It is situated on the Paris–Marseille railway, and at the beginning of a branch line to Nevers and Clermont-Ferrand.
The station opened in 1858 and is located on the Paris - Marseille and Moret–Lyon railway lines. The station is served by Intercités (long distance) and TER (local) services operated by SNCF. The station is served by Transilien line R (Paris-Gare de Lyon).
The first station of Moret opened when the lines to Dijon and Marseille were constructed, in 1851 and 1856 respectively, the local station, named Moret - Saint-Mammès, was in Saint-Mammès. The Moret - Les Sablons station was built in 1858 as part of the Bourbonnais-line, which ran to Clermont-Ferrand.
The station was designed by the architect François-Alexis Cendrier, one of many he worked on for the railroad company Chemins de fer de Paris à Lyon et à la Méditerranée.
On the Nevers branch there is a small siding, where some trains are stabled.
The following services currently[when?] call at Moret-Veneux-les-Sablons:
- local service (TER Bourgogne) Paris - Montereau - Sens - Laroche-Migennes
- local service (Transilien R) Paris - Melun - Montereau
- local service (Transilien R) Paris - Melun - Nemours - Montargis
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