The European Heritage Days are taking place on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 September 2024
During these 2 days, we will be showcasing several types of engines: You could find your train pulled by one of our diesel locomotives or a steam engine. You could even travel in a 3rd class passenger train from the beginning of the 20th century! Once again, we will be offering return tickets at the reduced price of 5€ all day long for all our passengers. Travel remains free for children under 4
Booking is highly recommended during these 2 days – some of our departures may be full.
The accessible carriage for our disabled passengers travelling with a wheelchair will only be available on the following trains: 9.45 from Saujon / 11.30 from La Tremblade / 14.45 from Saujon
For those who want to learn more about our railway, the engine sheds at Chaillevette station are open for guided tours from 10.00 – 18.00. Tours are led by our volunteers and are free of charge. Visits to the engine shed can be made without booking.
Tours will take place in small groups and in order of arrival. You will be able to see a Fives Lille locomotive from 1910 (listed as an historic monument) being restored as well as many other projects.
Tickets for trains are available from 2 September.
Departures from Saujon
Departures La Tremblade
Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 September
5€ – free for children under 4
Saujon – Mornac sur Seudre – Chaillevette – La Tremblade
La Tremblade – Chaillevette – Mornac sur Seudre – Saujon
For a detailed timetable, see the image above
Type of engine:
Diesel or steam
Disabled access: The accessible carriage for our disabled passengers travelling with a wheelchair will only be available on the following trains: 9.45 from Saujon / 11.30 from La Tremblade / 14.45 from Saujon – capacity for 6 wheelchairs and 10 seats for carers. (Carriage equipped with an electric lift) This carriage is for the use of disabled passengers only.
Bikes: Bikes are carried on the train free of charge in the dedicated carriage. Bikes must be loaded under the supervision of the train manager. Cycle routes
Pushchairs: Folding pushchairs can be carried on the train. In busy periods you may be asked to fold the pushchair and store in it in the carriage for bikes.
Pets: Dogs are allowed on board They must travel on your lap or at your feet. Please keep your dog on a leash and respect the surroundings and your fellow passengers.
Parking: Customer parking is available at all our stations