Gare du Havre
Le Havre, Normandy, |
Paris–Le Havre railway, |
Lézarde Express Régionale
Le Havre is the main railway station located in Le Havre, Seine-Maritime, France. The station was opened on 22 March 1847 and is located on the Paris–Le Havre railway. The train services are operated by SNCF.
The station building was built in 1932 by Henri Pacon for the CF de l'Etat replacing the older building along with a new clock tower. It is a terminus and the passenger hall is parallel to the street. Of the old building, only the rooftop by Juste Lisch remains.
The station is served by the following services:
- High speed services (TGV) Le Havre - Rouen - Massy TGV - Lyon - Avignon - Marseille
- Intercity services (Intercités) Le Havre - Rouen - Paris
- Regional services (TER Normandie) Le Havre - Bréauté-Beuzeville - Yvetot - Rouen
- Local services (TER Normandie) Le Havre - Bréauté-Beuzeville - Fécamp
- Local services (TER Normandie) Le Havre - Harfleur - Montivilliers (- Rolleville)
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The station is served by the Le Havre tramway, which has a tram stop outside the entrance of the station.
- A (La Plage - Hotel de Ville - Gare - Universite - Mare Rouge - Mont-Gaillard)
- B (La Plage - Hotel de Ville - Gare - Universite - Atrium - Caucriauville)
- Timetables TER Haute-Normandie (in French)
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