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Macron attends unveiling of life-size model of new high-speed TGV train in Paris


French President Emmanuel Macron attends the unveiling of a life-size model of the engine of the new TGV M at the Gare de Lyon in Paris, to mark the 40th anniversary of the high-speed TGV. The latest model is expected to hit the rails in 2024. COMPLETES VIDI9MZ9PP_EN IMAGES

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