Renovation and new painting of Billard railcar 213.
In Lamastre mallet steam locomotive 414 takes water and will be prepared for the return journey to Tournon.
With a lot of different cars Mallet 414 arrives in Lamastre with the scheduled passenger train from Tournon.
The "Chemin de fer du Vivarais" line Tournon – Lamstre (33km/20.5mi) is a part of a former great metre gauge system with a total lengt of 201km/124.6mi. On the right side is the former continuatio... (more)
Mallet steam locomotive 414 was built in 1932 by Société Alsacienne de Constructions Mécanique.
Mallet steam locomotive 414 is waiting for the time to go back to Tournon.
A portrait of Mallet steam locomotive #403, built in 1903 by SLM Winterthur (Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works), at Lamastre station on the "Chemin de Fer du Vivarais".
On a lovely Spring day, Mallet steam locomotive #403, built in 1903 by SLM Winterthur (Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works) works uphill with a mixed train bound for Lamastre.
Mallet steam locomotive #414, built in 1932 by SACM (Société Alsacienne de Constructions Mécaniques, Alsatian corporation of mechanical engineering), works uphill past an old farmhouse with a pass... (more)
Remembering the departmental railways of the 1930's Vivarais Mallet 403 hauls a period mixed train from Lamastre to Tournon. Being a compound, 403 is a classic Mallet.