The train station Paris-Saint-Lazare, also called the gare Saint-Lazare, is one of the seven major terminus train stations of the SNCF network in Paris. Located in the Europe area of the 8e arrondissement (8th district), it is the major Parisian depature railway staion serving the Ouest-État network. This was the original name (West-State) of the rail company, owned by the State that ran the train lines to Brittany (Le Mans, Rennes, Brest), Normandy (Rouen, Caen, Le Havre) and Loire (Nantes, St Nazaire). It is in zone: 1 (tarification Île-de-France) with coordinates 48° 52′ 35″ North, 2° 19′ 26″ East and an altitude of 32 m. It is Read more [...]
The train station Rosa-Parks, originally named Évangile being close to the street named Évangile, is a French railway station in North-East Paris on the RER line E, on the boundary between the 18th and 19th arrondissements (districts), it opened on 13 December 2015. It is located near a now closed station: Est-Ceinture which was a small passenger station on the line: Petite Ceinture de Paris. It is in zone: 1 (tarification Île-de-France) with coordinates 48° 53′ 48″ North, 2° 22′ 24″ East with an altitude of null. It is on the train lines Paris-Est Strasbourg-Ville and Paris-Est Mulhouse-Ville with 2 tracks and 1 platform.