Wednesday, December 27, 2023

Nuits-Saint-Georges, Vougeot - Gilly-lès-Cîteaux, Corgoloin, Meursault, Rully

Arriving in Paris, CDG airport
First I have to take CDG Val train from Terminal 1 to Terminal 3 where I can change to RER train
RER train is taking me to the central Paris

Gare de Lyon in the morning
My train to Dijon

Heading to platform 37

My first photo stop today is at Nuits-Saint-Georges
It is not -20 here like it was in Oslo, but also chilly and foggy

This is the PLM main line between Dijon and Lyon

TGV's coming from the east (Strasbourg etc) are taking this railway southbound

Bicycle parking with champagne style

Vougeot - Gilly-lès-Cîteaux

Very foggy here
The trains are so quiet that I hardly hear them until they are already here

Changing trains at Beaune


186 318 from Euro Cargo Rail

Cargo trailers from Turkey

The fog starts to disappear, and it gets warmer directly


Alstom Prima EL3U from Europorte

Ouigo classique

Changing trains at Chalon Sur Saone

That's where I'm heading now
Westfield La Part-Dieu shopping mall
Walking in Lyon

The Gare des Brotteaux is an old railway station located in the Brotteaux quarter. The station closed on 13 June 1983, when the Gare de la Part-Dieu began to be used because it would have to be renovated. The building for passengers kept its original decor with paintings by several artists, including Charles Lacour, Antoine Barbier and Clovis Terreire. The building was rehabilitated in 1988 by architect Yves Heskia. The same year, the station was sold by the SNCF and currently hosts the auction house of Jean-Claude Anaf, the Brasserie de l'Est by Paul Bocuse, the architectural workshop Arche, among other things. (Wikipedia)


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