Pit stop for maintenance works (axle replacement).
A yellow engine against a background made of yellow fields (canola / rape): this engine belongs to SNCF "Infra", the Maintenance of Way Dept. It hauls mostly work ... (more)
This is not a red neck but a red-nosed, one-of-a-kind liveried BB 7200. It sports the Burgundy region livery, with a red end on one side and a yellow nose on the other sid... (more)
A freight with a recently built BB 75400 meets a Paris-Laon passenger train with a 40 year-old BB 67400. The passenger train will soon be replaced by a brand new "Regiolis" EMU. Locomoti... (more)
10 main tracks and a permanent flow of long-distance and commuter trains all day long: this is the very busy Paris-Saint Lazare to Asnières track section.
Low Speed TGV
This Sud-Est TGV set #45 goes to the Romilly-sur-Seine workshops for another overhaul and interior refurbishing. After 35 years of service, some of these first genera... (more)
This dark blue livery is the greater Paris area livery. This region is called "Ile de France", which can be translated by Island of France. A new livery is now appearing on newly-built a... (more)
Commuting by train vs. commuting by car: same thing in all big cities everywhere in the World.
A BB 15000 in as-delivered livery with a Caen-Paris service rumbles on the Asnières Bridge, with the Paris-La Défense business district towers in the background.
The Asnières Bridge over the Seine River was a source of inspiration for several 19th Century impressionist painters. The panel represents a painting called "The Asnières Bridge", by Pau... (more)
A commuter train of the Paris Saint Lazare lines crosses the Seine River between Clichy-Levallois and Asnières on a section with 10 main tracks.
The SNCF used this snowplow to clear some of the line between Mende and La Bastide.