On the famous "Cévennes" line, Intercity linking Clermont-Ferrand to Nîmes is emerging from the Talide tunnel in the Allier canyon.
Paris-Royan express train
The Intercités Nîmes to Clermont-Ferrand (named "Le Cévenol") departing from Langogne station. This day was exceptionally pulled by two engines from the railfreight operator Fret SNCF.
An unknown BB 67400 is pulling the tourist train from Langeac to Langogne through the Allier Canyon.
Intercity Clermont-Ferrand – Nìmes is crossing the Altier Viaduct (length 257m, 843ft) above Lake Villefort. Probably it was the last summer with a locomotive hauled train on this line.
BB 67579 and 67503 have just crossed the viaduct of Garabit. The locomotives are pulling a freight train Clermont-Ferrand - Saint-Chély-d'Apcher, loaded with sheet metal coils.
BB 67628 and a second BB 67400 leave the station Monistrol d'Allier with Intercity Nîmes - Clermont-Ferrand.
Intercity Clermont-Ferrand - Nîmes crosses the viaduct Thord in the Allier Canyon.
Intercity linking Clermont-Ferrand to Nîmes is crossing the Chamborigaud viaduct over the Luech valley.
Seven electrics of the BB 17000 series are going to the Sotteville yard where they will wait to be sold to a scrapyard. The series was built between 1965 and 1968. The BB 67615 hauling them was bu... (more)
Two BB 67400 are crossing the viaduct of Chapeauroux with Intercity Nîmes - Clermont-Ferrand.