Where time didn’t stand still

When visiting ligne 4, I use the timetable and train numbers to determine which trains are hauled by CC72000 engines. That has proven to be an accurate method, but doesn’t work all the time. The next 2 pictures are proof of this. I was expecting quite a different train… but the surroundings still make for a nice photo. Here we see a train to Paris, passing the old station of Marnay-sur-Seine.

Time didn't stand still at the station of Marnar-sr-Seine. While one of the platforms is still present, the building has been converted into a house with an abundant garden. SNCF 82510, Marnay-sur-Seine, 25.10.2015
Time didn’t stand still at the station of Marnar-sr-Seine. While one of the platforms is still present, the building has been converted into a house with an abundant garden. SNCF 82510, Marnay-sur-Seine, 25.10.2015
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