Four railcars of this type were built by Billard in 1939. Only one is preserved and in operation by association Les Voies Ferrés du Velay.
Both passenger cars are from Switzerland: the red one from the railway "Nyon–St-Cergue–Morez", the car at the end of the train from the "Aigle–Ollon–Monthey–Champéry" – railway... (more)
The Mallet steam engine 101 was built in 1906 by Blanc-Misseron (Ateliers de Construction du Nord de la France).
Mallet steam engine 101 leaves Tence with a mixed freight train to Saint-Agrève.
The yellow car in 3rd position is an ex-Bernina Railroad passenger car recently rebuilt into a bistro car, and painted in accurate original livery. The engine is a Mallet from the P.O. Correze met... (more)
Here is the motor car side of the recently rebuilt double Billard railcar, a unique preserved piece of equipment listed on the French Historical Landmarks list ("Monuments Historiques")
The rebuilt meter-gauge double railcar Billard #222 “Flèche des Cévennes” (Cévennes Arrow) was inaugurated on June 9 2018. Built in 1939 by Billard, this 150 hp railcar saw service on the Vivarais... (more)