Paradoxically here, the decor has not changed much apart from a very natural restoration buildings.
The sales office for TVA on the left was acquired by SNCF and tollhouse in front of him became a Bar-Restaurant.
The green hole at the center always seems to wait for the "No. 27" from Belpech.
Between the station and the road bridge located on the railway tracks, the cul-de-sac is still awaiting security convoy ... The land is still vacant.
Also here the rails before the silos "Greniers Réunis des Agriculteurs du Lauragais" in 1930, today the cooperative is still there and the decor changed much ....
The station has unfortunately disappeared, only remained the moving of the building, the route and referral recovered and settled here after construction of the bridge on the way of the Midi in Castelnaudary.
At a bend and the right of way to the village, the station is still there, nestled at the foot of the hill. At the entrance of a private property, intact and ready to sell your ticket ...
Salles sur l'Hers
Again the station has unfortunately disappeared, replaced by the municipal technical workshop of the town. Only remained the base of the water tank locomotives.
Today the track transformed into green path, always shape the village to the east.
Farther on you can see some rails and who were at the end of the road for loading goods.
Farther on the Jammas bridge is still there in perfect condition.
Peyrefitte sur l'Hers
On the left side of the road a small deviation was built for the road at the foot of the hill from the village, the station is still there, almost intact.
Top of the collar Mayreville (324m) to the right of the road, a large area was set for the station and a loading dock.
The area is now occasionally used by the DDE and the station serves as a shelter.
Again the station has unfortunately disappeared, only remained the largest earthworks building to the right of the road, just after a bus shelter to the architecture to say the least ... If justified the demolition of the station.
Pécharic et Le Py
The station is still there, slightly rearranged by the mayor of Plaigne in shelters and garage. Again the surface tract is sometimes used by the DDE.
The station is at the foot of the hillside village in the middle of a near close to the wastewater treatment plant, but in good condition. The roof has even been redone, it is open to the four winds preventing them from any intrusion.
The person at the center below, recruited by the company in the "anticlerical" period, is none other than the receiving station, religious "defrocked" ...
Terminus of the line, the station has almost completely disappeared, the land had been recovered by an agricultural cooperative.
Only remains for the "insiders", part of the locomotive depot (arrow).