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14 Avenue Clemenceau, Saint-Valery-en-Caux, 76460, France
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Train accident during WWII

by lucky59

During WWII there was a train accident that destroyed the St-Valery-en-Caux depot. When it was rebuilt, there was a plaque commemorating that accident. I would like a digital photo of that plaque for my Brother-in-law. He was on the train that was involved in the wreck. Is there someone that I could contact for a photo?

Re: Train accident during WWII

by stevemt

Have not found a photo yet for you but you may like to go here

and here

They are reports and there are actually 2 photos from that day

Travel Tips for Saint-Valéry-en-Caux

Next Stop, England

by nickandchris

"Au Revoir, France"

This was our final stay in France, on our return leg of the Greek Adventure.

St-Valery-en-Caux is a one time fishing port on the Normandy coast, with extensive beaches and is well positioned for the channel ports of Dieppe and Le Havre. Nowadays, tourism is it's biggest business, with a modern marina and a popular beachside casino. It's population is in the region of 6000.

It is actually twinned with Inverness, in Scotland. During WW2 St. Valery was almost totally destroyed by the Germans and the 51st Highland Division were captured here in 1940. The friendly natives befriended the Scots who, in 1944, returned to St. Valery and liberated them. The entire centre of the town was rebuilt after the war.

Quaint French seaside town

by nhcram

"St Valer en Caux revisited."

Chris and I visited this lovely fishing village a few years ago and decided to come back and reminisce. It is situated in a small green valley between the towns of Dieppe and Fecamp. There are many restaurants and bars and although there are many tourists it still retains that French feel.
Opposite the picturesque marina, The house of Henri IV, built in 1540, houses the tourist office and a local museum. It is indeed a beautiful building.

The harbour is full of impressive fishing boats and the colours certainly brightened what was quite a dull day in the town.

The town is proud of its 4 fleurs award which ensures a colourful welcome to all who visit. Certainly true when we were there. It also has one of Europe blue flags award for the bathing there.


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