Guide över turistjärnvägar mm i Frankrike. Engelsk text. Tryckt 2006. 192 sidor, A5 hft. 93 färgfoton. Utgivarens beskrivning:This guide is intended not only to appeal to railway enthusiasts but to those holiday-makers and travellers, francophiles perhaps, who love France and wish to see this beautiful country from a different perspective. The book has identified in every corner of France a total of 160 locations where heritage and tourist railway activity can be found. In summary, identified in these pages is a collection of 81 heritage and/or tourist railways. Of these, the situation at the end of 2005 was that 71 are fully active, four have temporarily (hopefully!) suspended their operations, a further four are active development projects and not yet fully operational and, finally, there are two railways, one of which straddles the border between France and Luxembourg and the other, very close to it just in Luxembourg. The latter, whilst obviously not in France, is so close to the border and is just too good to miss, hence its inclusion. Also listed are 19 of the most scenic TER-SNCF railway routes and 24 museums, one of which is closed (AMTUIR in the Île de France region) but it does open on special occasions and possibly on request. A further 19 locations and/or organisations have been identified where matériel roulant - locomotives, autorails, carriages and wagons - have been preserved and are exhibited or in some instances are stored. Much of this rolling stock, lovingly restored and maintained, has been approved for excursions on Réseau Ferré France (RFF) - Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Français (SNCF) tracks, usually on Sundays when regular services are reduced. Included in this number are some other organisations which organise excursions using preserved locomotives or autorails. Seventeen places are listed where vélorail facilities are available. Finally, to clarify the current position in France, a further nine tourist railways have been briefly listed (not part of the total of 160 mentioned above) which are no longer in business.