It could be a picture of the sixties: Just a few passengers in the railcar, and a trailer for baggage and small goods.
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.
This Bugatti railcar from 1933, referred as “presidential” in memory of its inaugural trip on the Paris-Chartres line with the President of the Republic, Albert Lebrun, was an alternative to the d... (more)
The railcar Verney X 224 is operated by “Le Train du Bas-Berry”, a tourist railway with a length of 27 kilometers.
The illustrious Micheline was the first rubber-tyred train. André Michelin frequently travelled in a sleeping carriage, and it is said that his insomnia played a major role in the Micheline projec... (more)
The two railcars X 3886 and X 4039 called “Picasso” are operated by association A.B.F.C in Dijon. The cabin for the engineer is above the roof.
A collection of vintage standard and meter gauge railcars at the end of a busy day during the Baie de Somme Steam Festival.
X 2403 belongs to the Chemins de Fer de la Haute Auvergne. During the steam festival “Baie de Somme”, the railcar goes in the morning to Noyelles.
The grade out of St Valery is overcrowded with trains during the Baie de Somme Steam Festival. The beautifully refurbished X212 Verney railcar closely follows a steam train hauled by the 0-4-4-0T ... (more)
This vintage railcar belongs to the "Association des chemins de fer de la Haute Auvergne" (CFHA), a local preservation society.
During the "Baie de Somme Steam Festival" of the CFBS - Chemin de Fer de la Baie de Somme -, a standard gauge vintage railcar goes back to Saint Valery at the end of a glorious day, after staying ... (more)
X 2807 is a historic railcar built in the year 1960. It is operated by association Chemin de Fer du Haut-Forez.
X 2403 is a historic railcar. It is operated by the Chemins de Fer de la Haute Auvergne.