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Gare Montparnasse

The train station of Montparnasse (Gare Montparnasse) in Paris, France opened in 1840. A second new station was built between 1848-1852 and was completely rebuilt after World War II and renovated completely in 1969.

It is most famous for a few incidents:

Today, the station is used for the trains to Brittany, and the TGV to Tours, Bordeaux. There is also a metro station. There is a high-speed travelator on trial.

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