The night is falling on the rural station of Montbarrey as a Paris-Lausanne TGV passes at 160 kph. Soon, the train will reach Mouchard where the "hump" starts. The hump is the grade that climbs onto the Jura plateau, in the direction of the summit Mont d'Or tunnel at the Swiss border. Today, the station building is gone, the Sud-Est TGVs are gone, and the high-speed France-Switzerland trains carry the Lyria brand. The TGV 110 portrayed here is the same set as on picture 732813, when 4 years earlier it had been wrongly numbered #82 right after manufacturing and before official delivery to SNCF.