Intercity Clermont-Ferrand – Němes is crossing the Altier Viaduct (length 257m, 843ft) above Lake Villefort. Probably it was the last summer with a locomotive hauled train on this line.
SNCF BB 67557 and BB 67568 with E 5958/9 "Le Cévenol" from Marseille-St-Charles to Paris-Gare-de-Lyon. Two diesel locomotives were required to haul this train due to the mountainious character of... (more)
IC 15957 "Le Cévenol" Clermont-Ferrand - Nîmes passes the Altier Viaduct near Villefort.
IC 15952 "Le Cévenol" leaves Villefort in direction to Clermont-Ferrand
The southbound loaded triturated wood train Langeac - Tarascon is running the "Cevennes" line.
Two X 73500 as TER (regional train) Nîmes - La Bastide are crossing the Altier Viaduct (length 257m, 843ft) in Lake Villefort.
The historic railcars X 2914 and X 2819, built by Renault in 1962 and 1958, are en route on the famous Cevennes Railway Nîmes – Clermont-Ferrand.
TER (regional train) La Bastide - Němes is crossing the Altier Viaduct (length 257m, 843ft) in Lake Villefort.
Intercity Clermont-Ferrand – Němes is crossing the Altier Viaduct (length 257m, 843ft) above Lake Villefort.
Approaching Villefort station, the special train Langogne - Nimes is crossing the Altier viaduct.
Intercité Nîmes - Clermont-Ferrand
Le Cevenol daily service from Clermont Ferrand to Marseille St Charles, crossing the viaduct at Villefort.
There are few loco hauled trains except the Le Cevenol over this route nowadays, these modern units accounting for the remaining Mende and Clermont Ferrand trips.
A spectacular view across Lac de Villefort as the very slightly delayed Le Cevenol from Clermont Ferrand to Marseille crosses the impressive viaduct. The picture here is surprisingly easy to reach... (more)