Gare de Saint-Gratien

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Gare de Saint-Gratien RER
Gare de Saint-Gratien 08.jpg
Coordinates 48°57′50″N 2°17′07″E / 48.963826°N 2.28514°E / 48.963826; 2.28514Coordinates: 48°57′50″N 2°17′07″E / 48.963826°N 2.28514°E / 48.963826; 2.28514
Owned by SNCF
Line(s) RER C
Platforms 2 outside
Tracks 2
Other information
Fare zone IDF/4 (Orange Card)
Opened 25 September 1988
Passengers 2,500–7,500 (2004)[1]
Preceding station   SNCF   Following station
toward Pontoise

The Gare de Saint-Gratien (Saint-Gratien station) is a railway station in the commune of Saint-Gratien, Val-d’Oise department, France.

The station[edit]

The station was built by the Nord company in 1906 and opened in 1908 when the extension to St. Gratien and Ermont was placed in service.[2]

The station is served by trains on Branch C1 of the RER C.

In 2004, the number of passengers per day was between 2,500 and 7,500.[1]



  1. ^ a b STIF - Atlas des transports publics en Île-de-France (Atlas of Public Transport in the Île-de-France) (in French)
  2. ^ "Histoire: La gare de Saint Gratien (1ère partie)", Saint Gratien Magazine 87 Nov. 2006 (in French) (pdf)