Cie du Chemin de Fer d'Orléans à Chalons

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Bond of 500F - Paris 1870

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Issue : 63,000 bonds

The work of the railway line from Orleans to Chalons (renamed Châlons-sur-Marne, then Châlons-en-Champagne in the Marne) were made in 1870 by Gustave de Bussierre, Armand Donon and Ludovic Tenré.

The line supplied supplies from Nantes to eastern France, in a context of conflict with Germany as early as 1870. Passenger traffic ceased in 1938.

Decorated coat of arms of the cities of Orleans, Chalons but also cities crossed by the line: Sens, Montargis, Troyes and Argis-sur-Aube.

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Country
France
Theme
Railroads
Design
Yes
Rare bonds
Issued before 1900
Condition
EF

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