The train of the Mont-Blanc valleys
History and engineering of Mont-Blanc Express

Towards les Marécottes, kilometer 8.814

After le Trétien, the track crosses the Triège on a one-arch stone bridge. It then proceeds among the pasturbes, serves the on-request stop of la Médettaz (kilometer 9.348) and finally reaches les Marécottes.

The track dominates the village of Le Trétien.
The track dominates the village of Le Trétien.
The bridge over Triège.
The bridge over Triège.
A Z 800 is a the top of an escarpment, close to Gorges du Triège.
A Z 800 is a the top of an escarpment, close to Gorges du Triège.
The stop in La Médettaz is located in a rural setting.
The stop in La Médettaz is located in a rural setting.
A BDeh 4/4 is calling at La Médettaz.
A BDeh 4/4 is calling at La Médettaz.
A BDeh 4/4 is running down to Les Marécottes.
A BDeh 4/4 is running down to Les Marécottes.
The station in Les Marécottes.
The station in Les Marécottes.
A special service with a Z 870 EMU is calling at Les Marécottes.
A special service with a Z 870 EMU is calling at Les Marécottes.
In 1984, the BDeh 4/4 No 501 train is entering Les Marécottes stop.
In 1984, the BDeh 4/4 No 501 train is entering Les Marécottes stop. Auteur : Johannes Jacob Smit.
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