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CHM de Lewarde
Centre Historique Minier, Lewarde
(Photo © Les Professionel de la Gastronomie et du Tourisme du Hainaut)

Ø year round service; seasonal (mainly summer); Δ seasonal (mainly winter); § regular service trains on lines of special tourist interest
V (vapeur) steam locomotives; D diesel locomotives; A (autorails) diesel railcars; E electric
N standard gauge (1435mm); M metre gauge (1000mm); E other narrow gauge (E60 600mm, E50 500mm, ...)
R with rack throughout, r with rack sections

Amitram
EM Marquette-lez-Lille to Ferme St Chrysole, Wambrechies (3km) using historic electric trams (Site in French)
Centre Historique Minier
ØDE60 museum of coal mining at Lewarde, near Douai, with a 0.5km railway
Chemin de Fer de la Baie de Somme
VM Noyelles-sur-Mer to Le Crotoy and Cayeux-sur-Mer, on either side of the estuary of the Somme (total distance 27km)
Chemin de Fer Touristique de la Vallée de l'Aa
AN Arcques to Lumbres (15km), over the SNCF freight line (Site in French)
Chemin de Fer Touristique du Vermandois
VDN over the SNCF freight line between Saint-Quentin and Origny Sainte-Benoite (22km). Special dining trains operate on certain days (Site in French)
Le P’tit Train de la Haute Somme
VDE60 Froissy to Dompierre (7km)
Tourisme Ferroviaire de la Brie Champenoise à l'Omois
AN project to introduce a tourist railcar service on the SNCF/VFLI freight line between Mézy and Montmirail (Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine) (25.7km)
Train Touristique de la Vallée de la Scarpe
VDE60 Saint Amand les Eaux, alongside the Scarpe (2.5km) (Site in French)

Vélorails

Rando-Rail du Pays de Lumbres
Nielles les Bléquin to Chevalier de la Chapelle (4.5km) or Nielles les Bléquin to Adelthur (4.5km). It is possible to cover both sections in a single day (Site in French)
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