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Le Vésinet - Sights
... Le Vésinet was the first "ville-parc" to be built in France ... The following are notable buildings L'hôpital du Vésinet (72 avenue de la Princesse), built by Eugène Laval in 1859 Sainte-Marguerite (place de l'Eglise), built by Louis-Auguste Boileau from ... built in 1905 Since 1997, Le Vésinet has received the ultimate distinction of four flowers in the national competition for villes fleuris ...
RER A - Operation - Morning Peak Periods
... of these services operates every 10 minutes Boissy – Le Vésinet-Le Pecq, all stations except Nanterre-Ville ... La Varenne – St-Germain, all stations except Chatou-Croissy and Le Vésinet-Centre ... St-Germain – Boissy, all stops except Le Vésinet-Centre and Chatou-Croissy ...
Le Vésinet – Centre (Paris RER)
... Le Vésinet-Centre is a railway station in Le Vésinet, a suburb about 16 km west of central Paris ... Le Vésinet-Centre station utilises a basic RER station setup, two tracks and two side platforms ...
RER A - Operation - Evening Peak Periods
... Le Vésinet-Le Pecq – La Varenne, all stops except Vésinet-Centre and Chatou-Croissy ... Boissy – Le Vésinet-Le Pecq, all stops ... stops except Fontenay, Vincennes, Nanterre-Préfecture, Chatou-Croissy and Le Vésinet-Centre ...
Le Vésinet – Le Pecq (Paris RER)
... Le Vésinet - Le Pecq is a railway station in Le Vésinet, France, on the A1 branch of the Paris Region RER commuter rail line A ... It serves the communities of Le Vésinet, Le Pecq, and Montesson in the western suburbs of Paris ...