Should he wake up in the Transpyrénéen ? - The Point

Here fifty years that the Transpyrénéen no longer has broken the quiet of the Aspe valley. Only the rails, bridges and stations abandoned exhume this line of 31

Should he wake up in the Transpyrénéen ? - The Point

Here fifty years that the Transpyrénéen no longer has broken the quiet of the Aspe valley. Only the rails, bridges and stations abandoned exhume this line of 310 miles, desired by the French and Spanish governments to connect Pau to Zaragoza. Between the capital of the Béarn and Aragon, the train was passing through Oloron-Sainte-Marie, climbed the Aspe valley, pierced the Pyrenees by the Somport tunnel, led to the station is a monumental Canfranc, and then descending the Spanish side up to Zaragoza via Huesca. This railway was opened in 1928 – e...

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