Border Crossings: France - Germany
- 1 (Thionville -) Apach (Moselle) SNCF - Perl DB (- Trier)
- 2 (Bouzonville -) Guerstling SNCF - Niedaltdorf DB (- Dillingen (Saar))
- 3 (Bouzonville -) Hargarten-Falck SNCF - Überherrn DB (- Völklingen)
- 4 Reumaux HBL - Merlebach Nord HBL
- 5 (Forbach -) Stiring-Wendel SNCF - Saarbrücken DB
- 6 Sarreguemines SNCF - Hanweiler-Bad Rilchingen DB (- Saarbrücken)
- 7 Wissembourg SNCF - Schweighofen DB (- Winden (Pfalz))
- 8 Lauterbourg SNCF - Berg DB (- Wörth (Rhein))
- 9 Roeschwoog SNCF - Wintersdorf DB (- Rastatt)
- 10 Strasbourg SNCF - Kehl DB
- 11 Strasbourg CTS: Port du Rhin - Kehl Bahnhof
- 12 (Mulhouse -) Bantzenheim SNCF - Neuenburg (Baden) DB (- Müllheim (Baden))
- 13 See also
(Thionville -) Apach (Moselle) SNCF - Perl DB (- Trier)
[E*] DB operates freight to Apach using dual-frequency electric locomotives. Regular passenger services terminate short of the border, SNCF at Apach and DB at Perl. A limited cross-border passenger service operates at weekends, comprising two round trips from Metz to Trier, presumably operated by SNCF.
(Bouzonville -) Guerstling SNCF - Niedaltdorf DB (- Dillingen (Saar))
[D] Freight only. DB operates a passenger service between Dillingen (Saar) and Niedaltdorf. Cross-border freight ceased in 2013 and the line in Germany is up for sale or closure. This threatens the Good Friday shuttle services which have operated for a number of years from Dillingen in conjunction with the market at Bouzonville (see FR557 and DE17/451). A 2 hourly service will run on Friday 30 March 2018 but it is not known if these trains can continue in future years.
(Bouzonville -) Hargarten-Falck SNCF - Überherrn DB (- Völklingen)
Reumaux HBL - Merlebach Nord HBL
[D] This line is part of the Houillères du Bassin de Lorraine system, a network serving the remaining mining industry in the area. The unadvertised passenger service over this line has ceased.
(Forbach -) Stiring-Wendel SNCF - Saarbrücken DB
[E*] DB ICE trains run between Frankfurt and Paris via this route - also night trains CNL450/451, which are threatened with withdrawal in December 2014. SNCF diesel multiple-units are used on local trains. Most freight trains use DB dual-frequency electric locomotives.
Sarreguemines SNCF - Hanweiler-Bad Rilchingen DB (- Saarbrücken)
[E] Stadtbahn Saar GmbH works a light rapid transit system between Sarreguemines and Saarbrücken, using DB and SNCF tracks south from Brebach. The through workings between Strasbourg and Saarbrücken are operated by SNCF diesel multiple-units. The line between Sarreguemines and Saarbrücken is electrified at the German standard 15kV 16.7Hz.
Wissembourg SNCF - Schweighofen DB (- Winden (Pfalz))
[D] DB works to Wissembourg.
Lauterbourg SNCF - Berg DB (- Wörth (Rhein))
[D] DB works to Lauterbourg.
Roeschwoog SNCF - Wintersdorf DB (- Rastatt)
Strasbourg SNCF - Kehl DB
[E*] DB works long-distance passenger trains and some local services to Strasbourg using dual-frequency locomotives. From 10 June 2007 daytime trains between Paris and München were replaced by SNCF TGVs between Paris and Stuttgart/München. Local trains between Strasbourg and Offenburg comprise diesel rail cars. Most are operated by Ortenau S-Bahn GmbH, but a few are worked by SNCF.
Strasbourg CTS: Port du Rhin - Kehl Bahnhof
[E] Tram line D of the Compagnie des Transports Strasbourgeois was extended across the river Rhin (Rhine), initially to Kehl Bahnhof, on 29 April 2017.
(Mulhouse -) Bantzenheim SNCF - Neuenburg (Baden) DB (- Müllheim (Baden))
[E*] SNCF works freight to Neuenburg (Baden) using dual-frequency electric locomotives. A full passenger service replaced the former seasonal service from 9 December 2012 and a through TGV between Paris and Freiburg im Breisgau will be introduced in August 2013.