Rennes–Redon railway

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Rennes - Redon railway
Ligne Rennes - Redon.svg
Overview
System SNCF
Status Operational
Locale France (Brittany)
Termini Gare de Rennes
Gare de Redon
Operation
Opened 1862
Owner RFF
Operator(s) SNCF
Technical
Line length 73.2 km (45.5 mi)
Number of tracks Double track since 1928[2]
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Electrification since 1991 25 kV 50 Hz[1]
Route map
from Paris
from Châteaubriant
373.230 Rennes
373.830 to Brest and Saint-Malo
378.709 Saint-Jacques-de-la-Lande
382.008 Ker Lann
383.901 Bruz
390.697 Laillé
394.915 Guichen - Bourg-des-Comptes
396.187 Tunnel de la Trottinais (178 m)
399.468 Saint-Senoux - Pléchâtel
403.144 Pléchâtel
410.279 Messac - Guipry
to Ploërmel / Châteaubriant
417.574 Tunnel de Corbinières (636 m)
421.595 Fougeray - Langon
425.865 Beslé
to Châteaubriant and Blain
430.417 Massérac
436.947 Avessac
443.521
510.388
Line to Nantes
511.354 Redon
Line to Quimper

The railway from Rennes to Redon is a regional railway line between Rennes and Redon in Ille-et-Vilaine, western France. It's a part of the link between Rennes and Nantes/Quimper.

Route[edit]

The line begins in Gare de Rennes and ends in Gare de Redon.

Line history[edit]

The line opened on September 21, 1862 with a single track

References[edit]

Coordinates: 47°39′00″N 2°04′53″W / 47.65000°N 2.08139°W / 47.65000; -2.08139