It is in the 1850s when the station was built, and for it we made level the railroad while destroying ruins on this hillock. Here is the only testimony concerning this construction. A priori,  there are no photos, or drawings.   " This hillock about 100m in the square of development on its base(basis) contained in its center a massif of masonry training(forming) a vault from 8 to 9 m of (illegible) inside.  In each of the angles, arches similar to vaults trained(formed) (or closed?) the entrances(entries) of the vault which represented enough the face(figure) of a vast oven. At sunset, the wall  gave passage to a vault of more than one meter in width and rather high(high enough) so that a man can stand there.  Cette voûte se prolongeait jusqu'au pied du talus du monticule. Sur le mur en face, du côté du levant, on voyait aussi l'ouverture d'une voûte, mais celle-là était moins large que l'autre...  Le cintre de la plus grande voute laissait un vide qui s'était agrandi avec le temps, aidé de la main destructrice des hommes. Cette maçonnerie formée de petits cubes de granit reliés par  un dur ciment était évidemment d'origine romaine.  By searching the center of the ground of this vault, we found a kind of well which had filled the fragments of the construction. This well, which nevertheless was not intended to give  some water, because he ended on his base(basis) by some robust concrete in more than 6 meters above the water level of our sources(springs), was about 4 meters in diameter and had his  walls dressed in a robust masonry.  In 4 angles which ended the hillock were built small bastions the rests of walls of which amounted to no more than 2 or 3 meters of the ground. Besides this construction which consisted  of pebbles bound(connected) by a bad mortar, looked like by no means that of the big vault and seemed to belong to the Middle Ages or in a more moved closer time(period).  In the country this hillock bore the name of Bazanier: was it a corruption of Balneuria? "  It is for remark that by searching the earth(ground) in several hundred meters in the East of Bazannier and in the direction of waters of the meadow, one openly(without cover) conduits  of water 30 and 40 cms in diameter which also appeared of Roman origin.  In the situated meadow counterpart and on the edges of the brook of Claire, one in found by the rests of constructions, medals, a stone head of Roman girl, (Drac has the track of it, but  her(it) to missing person this day), little below the natural size(greatness).  The construction of the railroad of Marseille in removed in full the hillock " (departmental archives 39 M 13)  Another testimony on these ruins:  " Of Lyon in the Mediterranean Sea "             " St Rambert village of 900 inhabitants, in 143 meters in height, on the landway from Lyon to Marseille. He(it) consists of a long and wide street, paved by sharp pebbles and lined,  near the station(resort), near the hotels and near the café-restaurants. To the right of the station(resort), we perceive walls shaved at ground level: they are the last tracks of St Rambert's  old feudal castle, some tours(towers,ballots) of which still remained three years ago, and, seen by the Rhône, produced a rather picturesque effect. " 
Not even a representation on the land registry...
Mill Dorel indicated on the upper left plan on the land registry.
The Table of Peutinger mentions, on the road of the left bank of the  Rhône, in seventeen miles from Vienna(Vienne) and in sixteen of the  Silvering, the station(resort) of Figlinae. She had to be near saint Rambert  d' Albon: Andancette: FIGLINIS. 
We find names of places of Roman origin resulting from industries of time(period). And we find "Figlinae" in the field of the ceramic, which indicates(appoints) "potters" to the plural. And we thus  find this relay name between Vienna(Vienne) and Valencia(Valence) in 2500 m in the South of St Rambert. 
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