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French Railways

by Monkswell, Robert Alfred Hardcastle Collier Baron

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Published by Smith in London, UK .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Railroads -- France

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lord Monkswell.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE3065 M7 1911
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 114 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7067589M
    LC Control Number11011465

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    The railways of France present a uniquely interesting picture, consisting as they once did of two entirely separate but overlapping systems: the standard-gauge network of the great railway companies and the mostly metre-gauge network of the local rural railways. This book attempts to provide a comprehensive picture of this fascinating diversity. Heritage railways in Western France: Charentes: Train des Mouettes - the Seagull line21 Km from Saujon (between Royan and Saintes) to la Tremblade, along the valley of the Seudre. Steam on summer weekdays. Heritage and scenic railways in Eastern France: Jura and Vosges mountains. 1.

    However, French Railways websites such as always blindly apply the French Railways child age limits, even when booking (say) a train from Paris to Munich. So I strongly recommend using the German website rather than French for trains to, from, or within Germany, and be careful when using Rail Europe to book trains outside France. At TGV-Europe, do not specify US as your country; choose Canada or another English-speaking country or you will be transferred to RailEurope, where fares will likely be higher.. If there are non-refundable Prem's tickets still available for your date, you can print them at home. Before you purchase, notify your credit card company that you will be making purchases in France, or .


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