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Train to/from St. Cyprien (Dordogne) and Bordeaux

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We are renting a cottage in St. Cyprien for two weeks. Our 19-year daughter is arriving in a few days, flying into Bordeaux. We had planned to have her take the train right to the station in St. Cyprien. My husband needs to leave next week, and we thought we'd also have him take the train to Bordeaux from St. Cyprien. There are trains that work for the schedules we need.

Today we went to look for the station and were surprised to see that it isn't a proper station... really only a shelter. This didn't seem to be an attended station.

Has anyone taken a train between Bordeaux and St. Cyprien? Does the train always stop there, or do you need to signal for a stop? Where do you purchase tickets if you're boarding the train in St. Cyprien?

Would there be a better station fairly near St. Cyprien to take a train to/from Bordeaux?

Thanks for any suggestions anyone can offer!

Kathy

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