Juvisy-sur-Orge en Région Île-de-France

Juvisy-sur-Orge (French pronunciation: is a commune in the Essonne department in Île-de-France in northern France. It is located 18 km south-east of Paris.

The site of the town has been occupied from ancient times; it is noted in Julius Caesar‘s book about the Gallic Wars. Centuries later, it became an important place under the French monarchy, as a royal hotel. It would also be used as a post relay, the first one on the road to Fontainebleau. It became a major road and railway junction in the 1840s after its railway station was built in 1840, and after 1893 was the first city surrounding Paris with a bridge crossing the river Seine.

Most of the city was destroyed in April 1944 by an Allied bombing as the city was the only one surrounding Paris that had such a big railway station and had railway lines going to most of France’s major cities. It was then rebuilt between 1945 and the 1970s.

The city is today known for Gare de Juvisy, the fourth largest and most-frequented railway station in the Paris area

Gare RER Juvisy Tôt Le Matin

Early Morning Juvisy Gray Skies, Juvisy, France 

Strolling The Juvisy RER-D Quai

Autoportrait: le train hurle à travers Juvisy


Gare de Juvisy RER C 24-05-2019 0715hrs


Styling for the Train, Juvisy, France

Juvisy Quai RER-C 7 June 2010 0730 heures

Juvisy Morning 28 May 2019 0700 Hours AM

Gare de Juvisy RER C-D

Gare de Juvisy Quai RER-D

Juvisy RER C 6V Pour Rebroussement

Juvisy Gare RER-C Landscape

Gare RER Juvisy-sur-Orge Tracks

Juvisy RER-D Transilien

Juvisy Gare RER C Quai Soleil 0720 Heures Juin 2019

Waiting on RER-C at Juvisy 23-5-2019

Tête des Trains Courts

RER-C Bibliotheque

RER D | Transilien

Lunar Landscape, Athis Mons, France