The 'Ligne Bleu' (Blue Line) runs from Marseille to Miramas most of the time along the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. Many tunnels and Bridges were necessary to build the line - for us photograph... (more)
A first-series Duplex TGV has just passed the Avignon TGV station at speed (about 300 km/h) as the sun sets. The train on the right in the bacground is on the track connecting the TGV station with... (more)
TER (regional train) Mende - La Bastide - Nîmes. The railway here will be called „Line on the top of France“. More than 30 km (19 miles) are at an altitude of over 1000 m (1100 yards) above sea le... (more)
SNCF BB67000 arrives at La Redonne with a push pull Marseille - Miramas train.
We are on the Mediterranean HST (LGV Méditerranée in French) also called LN5 i.e. "Ligne Nouvelle 5" (New Line number 5). It was opened in June 200... (more)
The 1834 Marseille - Miramas push pull working hauled by an SNCF 67000 locomotive emerges from the tunnel onto the viaduct at La Vesse, just before Niolon. This was the only westbound working of t... (more)
The 1434 Marseille - Miramas crossing the viaduct approaching La Redonne station.
Possibly the delayed 1804 Marseille - Miramas, as the 1834 was supposed to be cancelled owing to a localised strike of certain categories of SNCF personnel (very common in Provence Alps Cote Azur ... (more)
The 1405 Miramas - Marseille St Charles crosses the viaduct at La Vesse.