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The railway company ever again
Railway companies seem to be problem everywhere. British Railways are notorious. Dutch railways have delays from the moment the first autumn leaves fall onto the rails.
SNCF, the french railways, has its problems too. Last week, they happily celebrated the extension of the tgv-network from Rennes to the harbour city of Saint-Malo in Brittany. From this restaurated medieval city to Paris now only takes three hours, a gain of 25 minutes.
But people in Saint-Malo are complaining, France 3 reports. The first tgv in the morning leaves at 111.15 A.M. Now they still can't do Paris in one day...
Posted by Peter on december 13, 2005 at 07:33 AM
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