Gare de Ners

Ners train station

Historic site and monument, listed in Ners
  • Under the impetus of Paulin Talabot, a famous engineer of bridges and roads, director of the PLM (Paris-Lyon-Mediterranean), the village of Ners was given a station in 1841.

  • Of English inspiration, it is built in red brick and has mullioned windows and molded frames. This unusual use in railway architecture earned it its registration as a Historic Monument in 1987.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
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