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ID: Secanda 23.10 (2023-07-14)

Version: 1a (2023-07-14)

Physical contents

Scale: H0 (1:87)

Format of the plates to print: A4

Number of plates to print: 3

Including a notice: Yes

File: secanda_23_10_v_1_a_pn_pleurtuit.pdf (3 296 Kb)

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The Dinan-Dinard line was a single-track train line of about twenty kilometers. It was put into service in 1887. It was managed by the Ouest-État network and then, from 1938, by the SNCF. The passenger service was stopped in 1986 and the line was definitively closed in 1992. The rails have now been removed and the old track has been converted into a greenway.

In addition to its two terminus stations, the line had three small intermediate stations (Pleslin, Pleurtuit, Saint-Samson) plus a halt without significant infrastructure (Trémereuc).

The gatekeeper's house taken as a model is located in the immediate vicinity of the Pleurtuit station (see Secanda model #23.08). It is now a local association. The other gatekeeper's houses on the Dinan-Dinard line are identical to this one, except for minor details.

License: common law (copyright) | Author: Secanda

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