A mix of French TGV's

The 'Train à Grande Vitesse', better known as the TGV, is a French high-speed train that has been in service with the SNCF, the French railways, since 1981. The characteristic orange high-speed trains, the TGV PSEs, which stands for Paris-Sud Est (Paris-Southeast France) conquered the French tracks. Later on, the TGV also went into service in other countries, such as the Thalys to Amsterdam or Eurostar to London.

In this 7-part series, many TGVs pas with high speed: from the oldest train sets, the TGV PSE, to the newest TGVs. The oldest train sets have been out of service since December 2020, but in this series you can still see them in action alongside the other newer TGVs, such as the double-decker TGV (Duplex). Enjoy these beautiful iconic TGVs whizzing by at high speed!

Credits: Les 3 Ferrovipathes


LGV Bretagne-Pays de la Loire
LGV Rhône-Alpes & Mediterranée
LGV Méditerranée