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Austerlitz-Tolbiac-Masséna [2012, French Text]

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Published in 2012 by Alan Sutton. An highly illustrated book with black & white photographs on every page. French text.

A fascinating pictorial history of the Austerlitz-Tolbiac-Masséna, Orleans Railway.

ATM (Austerlitz-Tolbiac-Masséna) est aujourd'hui un nouveau quartier du 13e arrondissement de Paris. Entre la gare d'Austerlitz et le boulevard périphérique, la Ville de Paris et la SNCF se sont associées pour aménager une petite ville résolument tournée vers le XXIe siècle. Hormis les voies de la SNCF, peu à peu enfouies et seul témoignage du passé industriel et ferroviaire de ce quartier, celui-ci ne ressemble plus guère au Paris " populaire " qu'il évoquait dans la première moitié du XXe siècle. Au fil des pages, en suivant les voies de la Compagnie du chemin de fer d'Orléans, de la Salpêtrière à la Petite Ceinture en passant par le célèbre pont de Tolbiac, Didier Janssoone, cheminot à Paris Austerlitz, nous fait revivre ce quartier tel qu'il était jusqu'au premier coup de pioche de la Bibliothèque nationale de France.

ATM (Austerlitz-Tolbiac-Masséna) is today a new district of the 13th district of Paris. Between the Austerlitz station and the ring road, the City of Paris and the SNCF have teamed up to build a small town resolutely turned towards the 21st century. Apart from the SNCF's tracks, gradually buried and only testimony of the industrial and railway past of this district, this one hardly resembles the Paris "popular" that it evoked in the first half of the 20th century. Throughout the pages, following the tracks of the Orleans Railway Company, from Salpêtrière to La Petite Ceinture passing by the famous bridge of Tolbiac, Didier Janssoone, railway worker in Paris Austerlitz, brings us back to life in this district.

In very good condition throughout. Light rubbing wear to the covers, with a small crease on one corner. Fresh crisp and clean with a tight binding.

Item details

Author(s):
Didier Janssoone
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
23cm x 16cm
Edition:
2012
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
2813804525
ISBN-13:
9782813804525
Number of pages:
128
Publisher:
Alan Sutton
Title:
Austerlitz-Tolbiac-Masséna

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Published in 2012 by Alan Sutton. An highly illustrated book with black & white photographs on every page. French text.

A fascinating pictorial history of the Austerlitz-Tolbiac-Masséna, Orleans Railway.

ATM (Austerlitz-Tolbiac-Masséna) est aujourd'hui un nouveau quartier du 13e arrondissement de Paris. Entre la gare d'Austerlitz et le boulevard périphérique, la Ville de Paris et la SNCF se sont associées pour aménager une petite ville résolument tournée vers le XXIe siècle. Hormis les voies de la SNCF, peu à peu enfouies et seul témoignage du passé industriel et ferroviaire de ce quartier, celui-ci ne ressemble plus guère au Paris " populaire " qu'il évoquait dans la première moitié du XXe siècle. Au fil des pages, en suivant les voies de la Compagnie du chemin de fer d'Orléans, de la Salpêtrière à la Petite Ceinture en passant par le célèbre pont de Tolbiac, Didier Janssoone, cheminot à Paris Austerlitz, nous fait revivre ce quartier tel qu'il était jusqu'au premier coup de pioche de la Bibliothèque nationale de France.

ATM (Austerlitz-Tolbiac-Masséna) is today a new district of the 13th district of Paris. Between the Austerlitz station and the ring road, the City of Paris and the SNCF have teamed up to build a small town resolutely turned towards the 21st century. Apart from the SNCF's tracks, gradually buried and only testimony of the industrial and railway past of this district, this one hardly resembles the Paris "popular" that it evoked in the first half of the 20th century. Throughout the pages, following the tracks of the Orleans Railway Company, from Salpêtrière to La Petite Ceinture passing by the famous bridge of Tolbiac, Didier Janssoone, railway worker in Paris Austerlitz, brings us back to life in this district.

In very good condition throughout. Light rubbing wear to the covers, with a small crease on one corner. Fresh crisp and clean with a tight binding.

Author(s):
Didier Janssoone
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
23cm x 16cm
Edition:
2012
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
2813804525
ISBN-13:
9782813804525
Number of pages:
128
Publisher:
Alan Sutton
Title:
Austerlitz-Tolbiac-Masséna

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