In the station a train with railcar and cab car to Calvi is waiting. A ferry boat leaves the island Corsica, destination is the city of Nice on the French mainland.
Contrast in the station Le Regino: old water tower from the opening of the line in 1890 and a modern railcar in operation since 2009.
Local train with cab car and railcar Calvi - L’Île-Rousse. On the other side of the bay is the City of Calvi.
Local train with cab car and railcar L’Île-Rousse - Calvi.
Metre gauge railcar AMG 810 leaves L’Île-Rousse, destination station is Ponte-Leccia.
The line Calvi - L’Île-Rousse leads almost always along the sea. The train leaves Bodri Beach and will soon arrive in L’Île-Rousse.
Until 2009 "Renault" - railcars were in operation in Corsica. One of it is waiting in the Station Camp Raffalli hopefully for a second life and not for the flame cutter.
The Chemin de fer Corse has two types of railcars in operation : X 97050 (constructed in 1989/90) and AMG 800 (built in 2009).
Local train with railcar and cab car L’Île-Rousse - Calvi at the north-western coast of Corsica .
Since 2009 12 railcars AMG 800 are in operation on the metre gauge railway on the Island Corsica in the Mediterranean Sea.
Built 1949 by Renault, the railcar was in operation until 2008.
"Tramway de Balagne" is called the summer shuttle service between Calvi and Île Rousse at the north coast of Corsica.
AMG 800 on bridge near Casmozza. Bridge is reconstruction of original body damaged in WWII.