speed automatically. Archived from the original (PDF) on Retrieved "Class 91s to replace gner's Eurostars" Rail Magazine issue 527 23 November 2005 pages 14/15 Webster, Ben. A b "TGVweb Acela Express page". Retrieved 9 February 2010. The weight of the lorry caused a very violent collision; the train driver and a passenger died, and 25 passengers were slightly injured. "High-speed Railways:The last ten years" (PDF). Each half-set is numbered separately. Dr Kihwan Kim of the Korea Railroad Research Institute explains the development of the new train". Fifty bi-current sets were ordered in 1990, supplemented by 40 tri-current sets in 1992/1993. 53 Special services edit In addition to its standard services, TGV also provides mail and "low cost" travel services For many years, a service termed sncf TGV La Poste has been transporting mail for the French mail service, La Poste. 36 Thalys in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany.
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Seven people were injured. Power cars at each end of the trains have their own bogies. They consist of two Duplex power cars with eight TGV Réseau-type carriages, with a power output of 9,600 kW and a top speed of 320 km/h (200 mph). "Engineers begin work on Moroccan high-speed rail link". All are at least bi-current, which means that they can operate at 25 kV, 50 Hz AC (including LGVs) and.5 kV DC (such as the.5 kV lignes classiques south of Paris).
Protests against the TGV edit The first environmental protests against the building of an LGV occurred in May 1990 during the planning stages of the LGV Méditerranée. The development of TGV trains is being pursued in the form of the Automotrice à grande vitesse (AGV) high-speed multiple unit with motors under each carriage. The line voltage was boosted to 31 kV, and extra ballast was tamped onto the permanent way. Le grand livre du TGV, Paris: La Vie du Rail, isbn X (in French) External links edit Media related to TGV at Wikimedia Commons. After two pre-production trainsets (nicknamed Patrick and Sophie ) had been tested and substantially modified, the first production version was delivered on Service edit Main article: List of TGV services The TGV opened to the public between Paris and Lyon on 27 September 1981. It was articulated, comprising two adjacent carriages sharing a bogie, allowing free yet controlled motion with respect to one another.