Gare de Courseulles-sur-Mer

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Template:Unreferenced stub right Courseulles, was a railway station at the end of the CF Caen-Mer, terminus of trains from Caen and Luc-sur-Mer.

The station and extension of the line opened in July 1876 and doubling of the track with the addition of a third rail for 0.60m trains (Chemins de Fer du Calvados) in 1900. The station closed in 1952.

The station was situated Place du 6 Juin (current name) next to the Hôtel de Paris and the fishing harbour on the Seulles. the standard gauge railway ended whilst the Template:RailGauge line continued to Bayeux.