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Parc de la Brouette

There’s no point in looking for it - you won’t find it! The wheelbarrow hasn’t been around for years. Worse, it’s been buried. What’s left is an attractive park where you can draw breath in the middle of the city
At the same time a city garden and a place to relax, the park is in fact built on the site of the old LEB station for the local train linking Lausanne, Echallens and Bercher which, with a mixture of affection and scorn, was often called “the wheelbarrow”


Avenue d'Echallens
1004 Lausanne


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The equipment
- a playground and picnic tables;
- an area accessible to dogs.

Bus tl 9 and 17: Boston