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TER Picardie

Train Express Régional SNCF

TER Picardie is the regional rail network serving the Picardy region of France. It is based at the Gare d'Amiens in the town of Amiens.

Contents

  • Network 1
    • Rail 1.1
    • Road 1.2
  • Rolling stock 2
    • Multiple unit 2.1
    • Locomotive 2.2
    • Cars and trailers travellers 2.3
  • Pictures TER Picardie 3
    • Rames Reversibles Régionale (R.R.R) 3.1
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

Network

Rail

X76603/604 "100ème rame AGC" from TER Picardie in Chaulnes station (80).
The 4 X4630 parked at Longueau depot (x4666-8663, x4716-8713, x4648-8437, x4659-8448)
Line Route Frequency Notes
1 Amiens ... Albert ... Arras ... Douai ... Lille-Flandres
2 Amiens ... Abancourt ... Serqueux ... Rouen-Rive-Droite
3 Lille-Flandres ... Cambrai ... Busigny ... Saint Quentin ... Tergnier ... Laon
4 Amiens ... Tergnier ... Laon ... Reims
5 Hirson ... Marle-sur-Serre ... Laon
5bis Lille-Flandres ... Valenciennes ... Hirson ... Charleville-Mézières (see TER Nord-Pas-de-Calais line 17 for details)
6 Paris-Nord - Mitry-Claye† - Dammartin-Juilly-Saint-Mard† - Le Plessis-Belleville† - Nanteuil-le-Haudouin† - Ormoy-Villers† - Crépy-en-Valois - Vaumoise† - Villers-Cotterêts - Corcy† - Longpont† - Vierzy† - Soissons - Crouy† - Margival† - Vauxaillon† - Anizy-Pinon - Clacy-Mons† - La Neuville-sous-Laon† - Laon
9 La Ferté-Milon ... Fismes ... Reims
10 Château-Thierry ... Épernay ... Reims (see TER Champagne-Ardenne for details)
11 Amiens ... Ham ... Saint-Quentin some trains run via Tergnier
12 Busigny - Bohain† - Saint-Quentin - Montescourt† - Mennessis† - Tergnier - Viry-Noureuil† - Chauny - Appilly† - Noyon - Ourscamps† - Ribécourt† - Thourotte† - Longueil-Annel† - Choisy-au-Bac† - Compiègne - Jaux† - Le Meux-Lacroix-Saint-Ouen† - Longueil-Sainte-Marie† - Chevrières† - Pont-Sainte-Maxence - Rieux-Angicourt† - Villers-Saint-Paul† - Creil - Paris-Nord
16 Amiens ... Montdidier ... Compiègne
17 Gisors-Embranchement ... Pontoise ... Paris-Saint-Lazare (see Transilien J for details)
18 Creil ... Persan-Beaumont ... Pontoise (see Transilien H for details)
19 Beauvais - Villers-sur-Thère† - Saint-Sulpice-Auteuil† - Laboissière-Le Déluge† - Méru - Esches† - Bornel-Belle-Église - Chambly - Persan-Beaumont - Paris-Nord
20 Beauvais ... Creil
21 Le Tréport-Mers ... Abancourt ... Marseille-en-Beauvaisis ... Beauvais
22 Amiens - Longueau - Boves† - Dommartin-Remiencourt† - Ailly-sur-Noye - La Faloise† - Breteuil-Embranchement - Gannes† - Saint-Just-en-Chaussée - Saint-Remy-en-l'Eau† - Avrechy† - Clermont-de-l'Oise - Liancourt-Rantigny† - Laigneville† - Creil - Chantilly-Gouvieux† - Orry-la-Ville-Coye† - Paris-Nord
23 Creil ... Paris-Nord (see lines 12 and 22)
24 Amiens ... Abbeville ... Rue ... Étaples-Le Touquet ... Boulogne-Ville ... Calais-Ville
25 Le Tréport-Mers - Eu - Woincourt - Feuquières-Fressenneville - Feuquerolles - Chépy-Valines - Acheux-Franleu - Quesnoy-le-Montant - Abbeville
† Not all trains call at this station

Road

Bus of line 15 (Montdidier/Chaulnes/Roisel) in station of Chaulnes (80).
From 1 July 2009
Relations by road way Line
LaonLiart Line 8
Saint-Just-en-ChausséeMontdidier Line 14
MontdidierChaulnesPéronneRoisel Line 15
AmiensBeauvais Line 30
CreilSenlisRoissy Line 31
AmiensTGV Haute Picardie Line 32
Saint-QuentinTGV Haute Picardie Line 33

Rolling stock

Multiple units

Locomotives

Cars and trailers travellers

Pictures TER Picardie

Rames Reversibles Régionale (R.R.R)

See also

External links

  • Official Site
  • French version via WorldHeritage France


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