About Le P’tit Train de la Haute Somme
Le P’tit Train de la Haute Somme (the Somme train line) is a reconstruction of the original train line used to transport supplies to and from the battlefield during the Battle of the Somme in World War I.
Le P’tit Train de la Haute Somme still operates today as a tourist attractions, using traditional steam or diesel trains. Le P’tit Train de la Haute Somme also has a museum, some of which concerns the World War I aspects of the railways and others of which are related to the use of the railways for industrial purposes.
Historial de la Grande Guerre is a museum near the site of the Battle of the Somme and focused on the social effects of World War I.
The Somme battlefields in France are a series of sites where the Battle of the Somme was fought during World War I.
The Somme 1916 Museum explores the realities of the First World War Battle of the Somme.
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