French-American WWI collaboration
The freight cars are American. They were built in the USA and shipped across the Atlantic in kits, then assembled in La Rochelle (France) by the U... (more)
WWI military train with American cars of the AEF (built in 1917-1918) and an ex-SNCF diesel built in July 1965: not quite historically accurate, but still a nice train.
WWI American cars in France
In 1917-1918, the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) needed its own logistics to supply the millions men sent fighting on the war front with Germany. ... (more)
A 0-6-0 Tank #3 « Progrès » built in 1891 by Schneider meets another 0-6-0 Tank built by Henschel in 1912 on the « Train des Mouettes » (Seagulls train) tourist railroad, near Royan. The Schneider... (more)
WWI American Expeditionary Force
In 1917-1918, the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) needed its own logistics to supply the millions men sent fighting on the war front with German... (more)