The train station Montluçon-Ville is a French railway station located in the town of Montluçon, in the department: Allier, in the region: Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes. Its latitude and longitude geographic coordinates are 46° 20′ 16″ North, 2° 35′ 46″ East and it has an altitude of 207 m.
It is on the train lines Bourges <=> Miécaze, Montluçon <=> St-Sulpice-Laurière, Montluçon <=> Gouttières and Montluçon <=> Moulins with 5 (plus sidings) tracks and 3 (including 2 central) platforms.
Ticket Counters and Distributors:
Mondays (and day after Holidays): 5h10 > 19h00
Tuesdays to Thursdays: 7h40 > 19h00
Fridays: 7h40 > 19h40
Saturdays: 7h40 > 19h00
Sundays and Holidays: 7h40 > 19h40
Automatic rail ticket distributors available at this station.Buy Tickets and Reservations:
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TER Nouvelle-Aquitaine / Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
Montlucon-Ville - Montluçon-Rimard / Commentry - Clermont-Ferrand
Bordeaux-Saint-Jean - Guéret - Montlucon-Ville
Limoges-Bénédictins - Huriel - Montlucon-Ville
Bourges / Vierzon-Ville / Saint-Amand-Montrond-Orval - La Ville-Gozet - Montlucon-Ville / Montluçon-Rimard / CommentryCar: Taxis, Rentals, Parking, Passenger drop-off:
There is parking for carsBicycles, Motorcycles: Rentals, parking:
There is parking for bikesReduced Mobility:
Accessibility: Reduced Mobility: Call 'Acces Plus' for international and Intercite trains, 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.
For TER regional trains a similar Acces Plus service is available. Click here for details and a list of telephone numbers and websites where you can reserve this service for disabled persons traveling by train.Luggage Storage :
There is no baggage storage at this station
Suggestion: Ask a shop or hotel nearby and offer them a few EuroLost & Found:
Declare your lost property. Give a precise description. An email will confirm your claim:
- Internet: Create or use your account and declare your claim This page is in French but is accessible from anywhere ... especially when you're visiting France and Europe.
- Telephone: +33 (0) 8 92 35 35 35 (open 7/7 from 8h00 to 20h00 to answer questions and register your claim) or in France 36 35 (0,40 € / minute) then #22
- At a train station: see the map at the bottom of this page for station details
A national database registers all lost and found objects in real time. Search for your object will continue for one monnth. There's a charge of 5/10 Euros, depending on object's value, for restitution of an item.