Intercity train #1542 waits for departure from Vesoul towards Paris. 72084, the unique exemplar of this series holding the heritage livery, was working this train as it was the final loco-hauled s... (more)
Paul Arzens, a French designer who invented the livery of this engine and other series was a true genius. SNCF has never surpassed the beauty of the Arzens liveries, despite owning the prestigious... (more)
With clothes perfectly matching the livery of his engine, this engineer tells a colleague with his thumb up that the brake test is completed and good.
The historic and preserved engine CC 72084 in as-built livery: a true beauty showcasing the genius of its livery designer, Mr. Paul Arzens.
New & Old
A brand new D&EMU passes by much older units withrawn from service and waiting for the scrapper's torch
The dead line in Vesoul has a number of commuter and local service trains waiting the scrapper's torch.
The dead line in Vesoul has a number of commuter trains waiting the scrapper's torch. Some are 25KV 50 HZ "Z 6100" and others are 1.5 KV DC "Z 5300".
This cemetary contains Parisian commuter trains belonging to two series: Z 5300 (1.5KV DC) and Z 6100 (25KV 50Hz). They wait there before going to a scrapper.
IC 1944 from Belfort to Paris passes near Colombier on a stretch of line still equipped with telegraph masts