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Gare de Poitiers


The Gare de Poitiers is a major railway station in the French city of Poitiers, in the department of Vienne and region of Poitou-Charentes. The station is situated on the Paris–Bordeaux railway. It was built in the 1850s.

Services

A wide array of rail services serve Poitiers, including TGV Atlantique services from Paris Montparnasse to Bordeaux. Other rail services operate under the Transport express régional (TER) brand, and run from Poitiers to Angoulême, Tours, Limoges, Niort and La Rochelle. The station is also served by a TER bus service to Parthenay and Nantes.[1]

Rail services are:

Preceding station   SNCF   Following station
TGV
Terminus
TGV
Saint-Maixent
toward La Rochelle
Chasseneuil
toward Tours
TER Centre 30 Terminus
Terminus TER Limousin 2
Mignaloux-Nouaillé
toward 
Lusignan
toward La Rochelle
TER Poitou-Charentes Terminus
Terminus TER Poitou-Charentes
Ligugé
toward Angoulême

References

Coordinates: 46°34′56″N 0°19′59″E / 46.58222°N 0.33306°E / 46.58222; 0.33306Template:Poitou-railstation-stub

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