From the trains of the humble Metro, including a vintage preserved set crossing he river in front of the Eiffel Tower, to international trains heading for far-flung destinations - they are all here. There's steam as well on a run out of Montparnasse with SNCF's 230G in action. There are double deck trains of the RER and push-pull services to all sorts of destinations. Turbo trains, diesel hauled intercity services running under electric wires, railcars on rural lines, TGVs of both varieties, postal trains, and freights behind various machines, some well over 30 years old. The trains were filmed in all kinds of locations from the dramatic capital city-scape to tranquil corners of reflective beauty. They meander with the river or hurtle across it at 240 kilometers per hour. They rumble over the waterways on bridges of all types, the biggest of them all within sight of Rouen's magnificent cathedral.