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Modane (F), 30.05.2001: an engine BB 67000 and a DEV INOX coach.

Photo and scan by Alfredo Grasso <alfre.g@tiscali.it>



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SNCF Diesel 67000 are pushing a bauxite train bound for Gardanne, hauled by two of theirs sister engines. Aix les Mille, February 1998

Photo and scan Patrick Meunier www.pixyrail.com



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SNCF BB67001 Diesel at Courtalain St Pellerin (28/41) - 140 KM SW of Paris- , on the working base TGV LN2 (atlantic) In the back ground, Courtalain castle.
1987

Photo and scan Patrick Meunier Pmeunier23@aol.com



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BB 67066 at Avignon the 09/23/1999 at 4h22 PM.

BB 67066 Avignon le 23/09/1999 at 16h22.

Photo and scan by Couvrat-Desvergnes Tanguy: train@rail-train.com
Website: http://www.rail-train.com/train



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SNCF BB 67071 is entering Villeneuve sorting yard in 1981. It looks rather bad. PhotoPatrick Meunier, Website: PixyRail-Trains de Poissy


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SNCF BB 67078 is entering Villeneuve yard. 1983 PhotoPatrick Meunier, Website: PixyRail-Trains de Poissy


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SNCF twinned BB 67000 are heading Gardanne, from Fos sur Mer, in February 1998. Two others visible in the background are pushing this heavy block train of bauxite.

Photo and scan Patrick Meunier Pmeunier23@aol.com Website: Trains de Poissy



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SNCF BB 67063 is leaving Auray for Quiberon. The coaches have been separated in this station from the train Paris Quimper. 1974 .

Photo JP HAMEAU prepared by Patrick Meunier Pmeunier23@aol.com www.pixyrail.com



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SNCF BB 67119 is leaving Auray for Quiberon. The coaches have been separated in this station from the train Paris Quimper. 1974 .

Photo JP HAMEAU prepared by Patrick Meunier Pmeunier23@aol.com www.pixyrail.com



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SNCF BB 67087 is shunting at Villeneuve-Maisons-Alfort-Pompadour. Photo JF Hameau 1979 www.pixyrail.com


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Sncf BB 67000 is hauling a train set composed with USI coaches in their delivery color scheme, from Granville to Paris. It is passing Fontenay le Fleury in May 1967, alongside Sacha Guitry's last residence.

Photo JP HAMEAU prepared by Patrick Meunier www.piwyrail.com



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SNCF - BB67000 with a train for Vintimiglia at Nice Ville on August 1967

Photo Daniel Glauberg (DGlauberg@aol.com)



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SNCF - BB67000 at Nice Ville on August 1967

Photo Daniel Glauberg (DGlauberg@aol.com)



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SNCF BB 67022 at Paris Montparnasse with an express to Granville on July 1967.

Photo Daniel Glauberg (DGlauberg@aol.com)



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BB 67038
Brest
29/09/85

Photo Jean-Paul Lescat (lescatj-p@mail.azur.fr)



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BB 67100 with train 89303.
Durtol, June 19, 1975.

Photo Jean-Paul Lescat (lescatj-p@mail.azur.fr)



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SNCF BB 67083 : Miramas. September 12, 1992.

Photo Jean-Paul Lescat (lescatj-p@pacwan.azur.fr)



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BB-67025 at Avignon Depot on 01/06/2000

Photo by Ron Halestrap, ron_h@talk21.com



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25 june 1995, station Gardanne, France.

Two SNCF diesel-electric locomotives of 1240kW (BB67025 + BB67066 from Avignon) shunting a train of bauxite for the aluminium factory of Pechiney beside the station. Gardanne is on the single-track line from Marseille to Aix en Provence.

Photo by Benoit Poulin (benoit@lac.gulliver.fr).



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SNCF BB 67106 is approaching Aurillac. 1969. This engine was destroyed in operation, and written off, as two trains of which one composed with full gasoline tanks, collided and burnt into the tunnel of Crozet in March 20th 1971. Both drivers of this engine died in this tragedy. Their bodies were extracted, as rescue means reached the heart of the tunnel, only three months later. http://passionnement.forumactif.org/t1380-accident-du-tunnel-du-crozet-samedi-20-mars-1971

Photo JP HAMEAU prepared by Patrick Meunier www.pixyrail.com



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