Noisy-le-Sec (Paris RER)

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Gare de Noisy-le-Sec RER
Noisy le Sec Gare.jpg
Location Noisy-le-Sec, Seine-Saint-Denis,
 France
Coordinates 48°53′46″N 2°27′32″E / 48.89611°N 2.45889°E / 48.89611; 2.45889Coordinates: 48°53′46″N 2°27′32″E / 48.89611°N 2.45889°E / 48.89611; 2.45889
Line(s) Paris–Strasbourg railway
Paris–Mulhouse railway
Platforms 4 central platforms (RER E) +
2 side platforms (Tramway)
Tracks 8 (RER E) +
2 (Tramway)
History
Opened 5 July 1849
12 July 1999 (RER E)
15 December 2003 (Tramway Line 1)

Noisy-le-Sec is a railway station in Noisy-le-Sec, Seine-Saint-Denis, Paris, France. The station opened in 1849 and is located on the Paris–Strasbourg railway and Paris–Mulhouse railway. The station is served by RER line E services operated by SNCF and tramway Line 1.

The station has long functioned as an important depot and marshalling yard, making it a major railway node.

The original station opened in 1849 with the first part of the railway line from Paris to Strasbourg and was enlarged in 1910. During the first World War, it was an important station for transporting troops to the front lines. Following the second world war, the station was rebuilt and later modified for the commencement of RER services in 1999. The tramway Line 1 extension to Noisy-le-Sec opened in December 2003.

Train services[edit]

The station is served by the following services:

  • Local services (RER E) Paris - Noisy-le-Sec - Bondy - Chelles-Gournay
  • Local services (RER E) Paris - Noisy-le-Sec - Val de Fontenay - Villiers-sur-Marne
  • Local services (RER E) Paris - Noisy-le-Sec - Val de Fontenay - Villiers-sur-Marne - Tournan
Preceding station   SNCF   Following station
RER RER E
RER RER E
RER RER E
toward Tournan

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