Saturday, 15 May 2010

La gare Rive Droite

I have already shown you Chantiers and Rive Gauche train stations. The third main station is Rive Droite, or right bank, from where you reach Paris Saint-Lazare station.
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Je vous ai déjà montré les gares de Chantiers et Rive Gauche. Voici la troisième gare principale, Rive Droite, d'où les trains se rendent à Saint-Lazare via la Défense.

12 comments:

T. Becque said...

I like all the punches of blue you captured!

Now you make me laugh, you rant at people who pass by you while taking pictures?! I wish I could speak up, I'm pretty quiet!

Jacob said...

I envy you all the train stations and your entire system of public transportation!

brattcat said...

This looks like a well-used station.

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» does not know this station, but he has used the Chantiers station from Montparnasse twice - once to visit Versailles, the other time to visit Chartres.

gogouci said...

Nice great, big station. There are so few riders here in Oregon that ( except for Portland) the stations are really nothing more than a ticket kiosk. Too bad.

VP said...

I have never seen this station, even in pictures. I like the wide windows and the few scooters around.

James Mark said...

Classic! I can hear the jingle!

Small City Scenes said...

Hey!
Regarding you comment on my blog: I took out the Rhodys because they were very old and very leggy and didn't bloom any more.--How sad I hope that doesn't happen to me---LOL MB

Jacob said...

Hi Ciel - re your comment on Florida Fotos: I simply asked the critter if he liked turtle soup...

Paula said...

Such a beautiful station. Our local train station is a bench next to the tracks. :(

EG Wow said...

THREE train stations? I am very impressed.

A friend and her husband are flying to Paris tomorrow and is very much looking forward to visiting Versailles. Do you think she'll be surprised when she opens her suitcase and I pop out?

Catherine said...

Je suppose que c'est Rive Droite, la plus proche du chateau, non ?
J'ai toujours pris mon train à Montparnasse, avec un marathon à l'arrivée pour rejoindre le château.