The train was used to pick pine cones before legend. It was interesting to go around the mountains and see a lot of towns that wanted to stop and live.
Pine Little Train is an old steam train and the windows must be closed whenever the steam train passes through the tunnel. Train ride to Pine Fruit, a fairly quiet French village, more medieval buildings on the hills, and a suspension bridge and a castle.
The pinecone train is a three and a half hour journey from Nice, France to the heart of the Alps, Dineleban, all the way up the Alps mountains, tall and rocky, through some villages, rivers, the pinecone train is not long but beautiful, And the seat inside is also very comfortable, the pinecone train will change to a bus after arriving at one of the stations, because the mountain train inside has not been able to drive, so changed to a car, the train ticket is more than 20 euros, it is worth taking.
The first trip of the pine cone train dates back to 1891. More than 100 years later, the steam locomotives were still running, while the humble country station was still in its place. The pinecone train runs 151 kilometers from Nice to Digne-les-Bains, up to the heart of Provence, at speeds of less than 70 kilometers per hour. It crosses or crosses over 50 tunnels, bridges and viaducts. Stops along a dozen or so small towns to view the mountains and rivers and to visit the medieval castles of Entrevaux. Large lavender fields are also seen in Dinéleban in July and August.
The key is the environment is still in the original.
Take the pine cone train north, follow the Wa River to the surrounding two small towns, walk through the canyon caves and look out over the snowy mountains, experience from foggy to clear and sunny days, the best part of the train trip is to enjoy the changing scenery outside the window