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SNCF Réseau announces the dismantling of the Nantes-State railway site from July to December 2022. What outcome can we expect from these railway activities?

SNCF Réseau announces the dismantling of the Nantes-State railway site from July to December 2022. What outcome can we expect from these railway activities?
photo: Archive/SNCF Réseau announces the dismantling of the Nantes-State railway site from July to December 2022. What outcome can we expect from these railway activities?
24 / 07 / 2022

After the relocation of the Marché d'intérêt national, the start of work on the new CHU, and the construction of the Prairie-au-Duc district, this is a new stage in the implementation of the West of Ile de Nantes development project: while the transfer of railway infrastructures to the Grand-Blottereau site in eastern Nantes is nearing completion, the railroad tracks on the Nantes-État site, on the Ile de Nantes, will be dismantled.

The railway activities at Nantes-État are coming to an end. Since the closure of the station in 1980 and its transformation into the House of Trade Unions in 2001, the rail bundle was used solely for the storage of freight trains and for logistics activities for work on the region's railroads. This site, representing 13.5 hectares in the heart of the Nantes metropolis, is an opportunity to meet the ecological transition, mobility and housing challenges that Nantes Metropole and its partners must address. The project is co-financed for a total amount (studies and works) of 121.3 million euros by Nantes Métropole (70.8%), the Pays de la Loire Region (10.5%), the State (10%) and SNCF Réseau (8.7%).

July to December 2022: removal of tracks and preservation of heritage

The site belongs to SNCF Réseau, which is the project owner. The first preparatory work began in 2019. Now it is a matter of removing the network: rails, railway sleepers, pylons, electrical networks etc. The entire site will be vacated in December 2022. At the request of Nantes Métropole, certain characteristic elements of the railway industrial heritage will be left in place and highlighted in the future development of the "Estuary Gardens": signal boxes, lighting towers, and signage elements.

 

Source: SNCF Réseau Press Releases

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