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TGV

(French teʒeve)
(in France) abbreviation for
(Railways) train à grande vitesse: a high-speed passenger train
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While the Eurostar and TGV, funded by the EU financial arm, the European Investment Bank, provide an excellent and reliable service to mainland Europe.
com/) SNCF , said it's working on a TGVs (high-speed trains) that are autonomous, according to (http://www.
From Paris Gare du Nord or Paris Nord station has regular direct TGV trains to Lens and the stadium is at walking distance from the station.
With TGV Air, we're connecting French regions to our global network and facilitating inbound and outbound traffic.
A short taxi ride from the TGV station took us to the Hotel D'Europe right in the centre of Avignon.
Texas TGV (named for Train a Grande Vitesse, the French high-speed line) "had great plans but there was a lot of things that they were counting on that did not happen," Texas Central Railway President Robert Eckels said.
I am delighted to welcome the customers and employees of TGV to Flint Group, and look forward to continuing to build the successful TGV business in Peru and its neighboring markets.
Trois autres conventions ont ete signees lors de cette visite portant notamment sur la fourniture d'equipement pour la ligne TGV actuellement en cours de construction, notamment les systemes de signalisation et de telecommunications, les catenaires et les equipements electriques.
The city is conveniently accessible by TGV from Paris (2 hours) and Lille (3 hours).
The group gets its name from the French abbreviation for high-speed trains, and the TGV initials are used primarily by the French national rail operator SNCF.
Premier dans le Monde arabe, le futur TGV marocain destine a favoriser la croissance du royaume, ne fait pas l'unanimite.
And secondly at some point on the autoroute a silver and blue TGV - Train a Grand Vitesse - would flash by at 200mph.