Former Croix-Rouge Metro Station

Croix-Rouge was a metro terminus on line 10 in Paris, France. The station was between the two stations Sèvres - Babylone and Mabillon.

The station opened in 1923 and closed 2nd September 1939, because it was being used as a mobilization for the agents from the Compagnie du chemin de fer métropolitain de Paris (CMP) during WWII. The station never reopened.

What's left today:
Pretty much the whole station is still as it was when it was active. The entrance to the station has been blocked by a metal cover, so it is not accessible, but it is still possible to see the stairs under the metal cover. The rails going through the station are still active and the station can be seen from passing trains.
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