The first carriage is a postcar.
In Sarrebourg station, the preserved 241 P 17, built in Le Creusot (France) , is moving toward the station yard to get some water.
The LyriaTGV 9203 is rushing through the Saint-Louis station on its way to Basel and Zurich. This is the main line running between Paris and Switzerland. It is a pity to see the weeds growing betw... (more)
The railcar X 2725 is preserved and in operation by association Chemins de Fer de la Haute Auvergne.
Regional train Fécamp - Bréauté-Beuzeville.
The SNCF closed the line from Bort-les-Orgues to Neussargues for passenger service in may 1990. Today tourist trains are operating on a part of the line by association Chemins de Fer de la Haute A... (more)
Former SNCF shunting engine and historic freigth cars are owned and operated by association Train Touristique du Centre-Var.
Both railcars X 4567 "Caravelle" and X 3796 "Picasso" are operated by association Train Touristique du Centre-Var, a tourist railway with a length of 24 km (14.9 mi). The "Picasso" has the cabin f... (more)
The building that wanted to be a locomotiveSotteville is a city near Rouen that was mostly a railroaders's town, as it used to host thousands of railroad employees working in the ne... (more)
X 2856 and an open viewing car , rolling stock of Association AGRIVAP, will leave the Station to La Chaise-Dieu – Ambert. X 2807 of Association Chemin de Fer du Haut Forez (CFHF) will go in the o... (more)
On a misty autumn day an unknown locomotive CC 72100 heads a train from Belfort to Paris.
In 1984 the matériel Z of the RATP was still used during the rush hours on RER ligne B to the southern suburbs of Paris.