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English: Map of French TGV lines in use and under construction. Original intention is to show the location of the Rhin-Rhone TGV.
Date 5 February 2009
Source Own work
Author Classical geographer

Background is File:France_blank.svg; north arrow used is File:Arrow North CFCF.svg. For information on TGV lines in general , I used File:Carte TGV.svg; for the Rhin-Rhone project in particular, I found this map to be the most useful, although this one is also not half bad. This website tries to give a map that puts the line into a pan-European perspective, but here I have made no such attempt: no German or UK lines, and in Belgium only the line to Lille are shown.


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