The train station Saint-Rome-de-Cernon is a French railway station on the line: Béziers <=> Neussargues, located in the town of Saint-Rome-de-Cernon, in the department: Aveyron, in the region: Occitanie. Its latitude and longitude geographic coordinates are 44° 00′ 50″ North, 2° 58′ 03″ East with an altitude of 404 m.
It is on the train line Béziers <=> Neussargues with 2 (plus sidings) tracks and 2 platforms serving 1 519 passengers (2015) per year.
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Train and Bus travel offer you downtown to downtown comfortable and efficient service. No hassle with early arrivals, delays, and luggage security checks. You can take unlimited weight and reasonably bulky items on board. European rail is the way to travel and really see the French countryside. The bus is an excellent cheaper alternative especially for youth and student travel.Ticket Counters and Distributors:
Mondays to Thursdays: 10h30 > 11h35 and 13h35 > 18h05
Fridays: 10h30 > 11h35 and 13h35 > 19h05No automatic rail ticket distributors available at this train station.Buy Train Passes and Reservations:
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Departmental Line n°202: Millau <> Saint-Affrique
Ligne: régionale n°920: Millau <> AlbiCar: Taxis, Rentals, Parking, Passenger drop-off:
There is parking for cars: 1 place reserved for people with reduced mobilityBicycles, Motorcycles: Rentals, parking:
There is parking for bikesReduced Mobility:
Accessibility: Reduced Mobility: If you’re travelling with TGV or Intercite Call 'Acces Plus' 48 hours in advance of travel to enquire and reserve: +33 (0)8 90 64 06 50 available from 6:00am - midnight. For assistance boarding your train, arrive at the platform at least 30 minutes before departure time. Wheelchairs and boarding ramps are available if required.
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There is no baggage storage at this station
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