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French' rail heritage
La Cité du Train in Mulhouse tells the story of the railway world from the first steam locomotives to the Euroduplex TGV in 2013. Numerous spaces and activities allow a better understanding of the importance of rail in France's history. Over 3.21 acres (13,000 m²), the Quais de l'Histoire (Platforms of History) area exhibits 64 historic trains and cars, some from the Orient Express or the private train of Emperor Napoleon III.
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