Gare Du Nord

Paris Nord (or Gare du Nord, "North Station", ) is one of the six large terminus railway stations of the SNCF mainline network for Paris, France. It offers connections with several urban transportation lines, including Paris Métro, RER and Buses. By the number of travelers, at around 190 million per year, it is unmistakably the busiest railway station in Europe.

The Gare du Nord is the station for trains to Northern France and to international destinations in Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. The station complex was designed by French architect Jacques Hittorff and built between 1861 and 1864. It is situated in the 10th arrondissement of Paris.

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Transilien Entities - "Paris Nord" Lines
... The trains on this line operate from Gare du Nord along the following routes Transilien K Gare du Nord - Dammartin Juilly Saint-Mard - Crépy-en-Valois Transilien H Gare du Nord ...
Transilien Paris – Nord
... Transilien Paris – Nord is one of the sectors in the Paris Transilien suburban rail network ... The trains on this sector depart from Gare du Nord in central Paris, as well as from Pontoise station in the suburbs ... Transilien services from Paris – Nord are part of the SNCF Gare du Nord rail network ...
Djinn (novel) - Plot Summary
... to meet someone at the Parisian train station, the Gare du Nord ... happened, other than he knows he met with Djinn/Jean and needs to go to the Gare du Nord ... He walks out of the café, where a young boy offers to help him on his way to the Gare du Nord ...
Gare Du Nord - Train Services - Paris Métro
... Lines 4 and 5, whose following station is Gare de l'Est ... Preceding station Paris Métro Following station Barbès - Rochechouart Line 4 Gare de l'Est Stalingrad Line 5 Gare de l'Est [ ] Eurostar services Legend 000 London St Pancras 017 Ebbsfleet International 031 ...

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