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Cartography

(number of maps increased from 39 to 62 with the modernisation of this website - January 2021)


(1) France - Network (last edition of each map)
(2) France - Network (first editions, or specific maps published only once)
(3) France - Line numbers (7 maps)
(4) France - High speed services>/a>
(5) Germany
(6) Other countries


(1) FRANCE - Network (last edition of each map)
2020 (01a) General map of the network
Version WITHOUT line numbers
2020 (01c) General map of the network
Enlarged line numbers, for A4 printout
2013 (01d) "Compagnie du Midi" electrifications
(for today's constraints i.e. wider pantograph required)
2020 (02) Signalling
The various signalling types found on the french network
2019 (04a) Loading gauge (freight trains)
... from the basic gauge to the rolling highway
2019 (04b) 3.3 gauge for passenger trains
... for bilevel rolling stock
2019 (06) Flying junctions
(overpasses or underpasses)
2020 (07) Triangular junctions
... either in operational service or historical i.e. disused/dismantled
2013 (09) Long tunnels
(at least 1000 m)
2015 (10a) Lines with more than 200 trains per day
(all flows combined, 2015 figures)
2015 (10b) Lines with more than 150 trains per day
(all flows combined, 2015 figures)
2018 (11) Electrifications 1980-2018
40 ans of network electrifications, with projects for 2020-2021
2016 (13) The GSM-R telecom network
How the GSM-R network evolved in 2015-2016
2016 (14b) Lines with low regional (TER) traffic (3)
(max. 30 trains/day + some extra information)
2016 (14c) Lines with low regional (TER) traffic (4)
(max. 30 trains/day + a vision of the associated infrastructure)
2016 (15) Freight : how shunting yards evolved 1976-2016
... in other words, the story of a major demise !
2016 (16) Lignes classified UIC 7-9 AV in 2016
(low traffic, but still with some passenger traffic)
2020 (17) 850 m-long freight trains
Lines passed for such trains (850 m instead of 750)
2018 (18) Passenger services halted in 2017
(for track renovation... or final termination)
2018 (19) Passenger services halted in 2018
(for track renovation... or final termination)
2018 (20a) BLANK MAP (with Level 3 towns)
(for your cartographic needs)



(2) FRANCE - Network (first editions, or specific maps published only once)
(01) The french rail network in 2006
(english version of the general map of the network)
2008 (02) Signalling
The various signalling types found on the french network
2009 (04a) Loading gauge (freight trains)
(B, B1 and C only, in this map)
2008 (06) Flying junctions
(overpasses or underpasses)
2006 (07) Triangular junctions
(either in operational service or historical i.e. disused/dismantled)
2009 (09) Long tunnels
(at least 1000 m)




(3) FRANCE - Line numbers (7 maps)
Line numbers, EAST zone
(historical network and recent lines)
Line numbers, NORTH zone
(historical network and recent lines)
Line numbers, WEST zone
(historical network and recent lines)
Line numbers, SOUTHWEST zone
(historical network and recent lines)
Line numbers, SOUTHEAST zone
(historical network and recent lines)
Line numbers, CENTRE-EAST zone
(historical network and recent lines)
Line numbers, PARIS region
(historical network and recent lines)




(4) FRANCE - High speed services
The TGV network in 2007
(weekday, seasonal and weekend services)
The TGV network in 2014
(weekday, seasonal and weekend services)
The "TGV Neige" (skying) services in 2014
(weekends / school holidays / high peaks)




(5) GERMANY



(6) OTHER COUNTRIES
SPAIN - The ADIF network in 2008
(possibly revised in 2021 !)



(no other countries available, for the time being)

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