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TGV:

see railroadrailroad
or railway,
form of transportation most commonly consisting of steel rails, called tracks, on which trains of freight cars, passenger cars, and other rolling stock are drawn by one locomotive or more.
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TGV

in France
train à grande vitesse: a high-speed passenger train
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SUNSHINE EXPRESS: Marseilles is seven hours away by French TGV (right)
Here, the TGV tracks run at ground level, perhaps limiting the opportunity for the expression of routes and changes of level that characterized the other stations, but there is still drama to be had in the glass bridges slung at upper level across the tracks and mezzanine level waiting areas, that offer good opportunities for people watching.
Also expected to attend are members of the press and representatives from Euro Liege TGV and SNCB Holding including Jean-Claude Fontinoy (president), Jannie Haek (CEO) and Vincent Bourlard (general manager).
Traffic did not inquire whether French railway services away from TGV and Paris commuter lines are necessarily much better than in Britain.
MAS said that passengers in the French provinces and travelling on the airline could at present enjoy this new train/flight bimodal service departing from 19 TGV train stations, counting check-in from the start of the journey to the final destination.
The next morning we join the TGV to Lille where we join Eurostar for the return to London St Pancras arriving early-to-mid evening.
In this virtual space, the residents will be able to discover the first images of the East TGV line, filmed from the train and broadcast on giant screens.
TGV had been the only bidder at a public auction and offered USD449m for Varig, well below the minimum price of USD860m stipulated by the court.
Since the recent opening of the Lyons-Marseilles section of the TGV service, it is theoretically possible to board a Eurostar train in Waterloo and arrive six and a half hours later on the shores of the Mediterranean.
Like the Eurostar, the Flyer will be a modified French TGV, which at 185 miles an hour is Europe's fastest train in commercial service.
Jetsetters will be capable to check-in at their first port of call be it a TGV railway station or with Malaysia Airlines at the airport and get their boarding passes and tickets for the full journey.
The next day we continue by TGV to Nice, then by coach (around 90 minutes drive) to Diano Marina and the Hotel Arc en Ciel on the seafront.