The 141R 568 leaves Vallorbe as a Lausanne-Paris Lyria TGV is arriving, almost ruining the intended picture.
In 1945 built by Baldwin, former french railways SNCF, 2-8-2 "Mikado" steamlocomotive 141 R # 568 (owner Andrew Cook of Wiiliam Cook Rail) is now based at Vallorbe and operated by association 141R... (more)
100 year tunnel of Mont-d'Or
TGV POS of Lyria from Paris-Gare de Lyon to Lausanne is crossing the 45 meter high viaduct near Le Day over the dammed Orbe river. The viaduct was built in 1870, but was completly rebuilt in concr... (more)
"Domino" trainset RBDe 560 385 of Travys as train 6016 from Le Brassus to Vallorbe is crossing the 152 meter long and about 45 meter high viaduct over the dammed Orbe river near Le Day.
Electric railcar RBDe 567 174 "Fleurier" of Travys in Vallorbe. This railcar was built in 1983 as RABDe 4/4 105 for the Régional du Val-de-Travers (RVT), was later RBDe 567 315 of Transp... (more)
For the route between Paris and Lausanne, Geneva and Berne TGV Sud-Est tri-current trains are used, with 7 trains owned by SNCF and 2 owned by SBB (train no. 112 and 114). Lyria is a joint venture... (more)
The BB 27035, electric brake in action, arrives in Vallorbe with pantograph down, because she's under SBB catenary with 15 kV 16,7 Hz voltage.
The train come from Gevrey and go to Italia.
When t... (more)