Cool TGV images

Some cool TGV images:

TGV Christian Lacroix
TGV
Image by manuel | MC
à Montparnasse, l’attente. (voir note sur la photo)

TGV, First class, Paris to Milan
TGV
Image by David McKelvey
First class on all TGVs has spacious seats with armrests and power-recline, arranged one-abreast on one side of the aisle, two-abreast on the other side of the aisle. Each seat has either a drop-down table big enough for a laptop (face-to-back seats) or a fixed table with table lamp (face-to-face seats). All first class seats have power-points for laptops & mobiles with European-style two-pin sockets. There are luggage racks above the seats and at the end of the car for larger items.

All TGVs have a café-bar serving hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, a few hot dishes such as quiche or lasagne, small bottles of wine and spirits. The café-bar is always located in the centre of the train, between the first and second class. The coffee is good, and credit cards are accepted as well as cash. There is a standing area where you can eat and drink your purchases, or you can take them back to your seat. See www.seat61.com

TGV, First class, Paris to Milan
TGV
Image by David McKelvey
First class on all TGVs has spacious seats with armrests and power-recline, arranged one-abreast on one side of the aisle, two-abreast on the other side of the aisle. Each seat has either a drop-down table big enough for a laptop (face-to-back seats) or a fixed table with table lamp (face-to-face seats). All first class seats have power-points for laptops & mobiles with European-style two-pin sockets. There are luggage racks above the seats and at the end of the car for larger items.

All TGVs have a café-bar serving hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, a few hot dishes such as quiche or lasagne, small bottles of wine and spirits. The café-bar is always located in the centre of the train, between the first and second class. The coffee is good, and credit cards are accepted as well as cash. There is a standing area where you can eat and drink your purchases, or you can take them back to your seat. See www.seat61.com