The train station Pont-de-Lignon is a French railway station on the line: Saint-Georges-d’Aurac <=> Saint-Étienne-Châteaucreux, located in the village of Confolent within the territory of the town of Beauzac, in the department: Haute-Loire in the region: Auvergne. It carries the name Pont-de-Lignon, an old paper-manufacturing village located on the other side of the Loire, in the municipalities of Monistrol (right bank of the Lignon du Velay river) and Saint-Maurice-de-Lignon (left bank of the Lignon). Its latitude and longitude geographic coordinates are 45° 15′ 36″ North, 4° 08′ 15″ East and it has an altitude of 477 m.
It has 1 (autrefois 2) tracks and 1 side (autrefois 2) platforms.
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