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Rer E ( St.lazare To Chelles And Villiers-sur-marne )

Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by moczs_65, Mar 6, 2021.

  1. moczs_65

    moczs_65 Active Member

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    Today i propose RER E which is the 5th RER line of the SNCF.
    It's a suburban french line that goes from Paris to its suburbs.

    I Google it :
    Haussmann St. Lazare - Villiers-sur-Marne
    is about 19 km.
    Haussmann St. Lazare - Chelles-Gournay is about 20 km.
    ( And if you want it ) Haussmann St. Lazare - Tournan-en-Brie is about 39 km.

    This is the actual plan of the Line
    Plan RER E 2.png

    For the trains, i propose the Z 22500 and Z 50000 in Carmillon livery.

    Z 22500 :

    MI2N Transillien.jpg

    Z 50000 :
    Z50000 et MI2N à Villiers-sur-Marne.jpg

    The line has differents types of services :

    St. Lazare - Chelles, the train stops at all stops along the way.

    St. Lazare - Villiers-sur-Marne, the train stops at all stops along the way.

    St. Lazare - Tournan, on peak hours, the train stops at Magenta, Rosa Parks, Val De Fontenay, Villiers-sur-Marne, and all stops after this one until Tournan.
    Saturday and Sunday and off peak hours, the train stops also at Pantin and Noisy-Le-Sec.

    You don't know the line ? Check out these videos :
     
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  2. driverwoods#1787

    driverwoods#1787 Well-Known Member

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    What train safety systems & Voltages do they use because for the most part all French Trains use KVB? Because if they have to go into the tunnel they have to switch over to a different safety system and possibly switch to 1.5kv DC used in Southern France SNCF Tracks south of Paris and Netherlands.
     
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  3. moczs_65

    moczs_65 Active Member

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    I think there's not train protection system on the Z22500. Idk for the Z50000
     
  4. Thithis

    Thithis New Member

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    They use KVB and VACMA for the safety systems and 20kv AC for the voltage.
     
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  5. moczs_65

    moczs_65 Active Member

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    Ok so i should be quiet because what i said earlier is fake. :(
     
  6. driverwoods#1787

    driverwoods#1787 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for telling me and there needs to be a tutorial for VACMA. KVB is used for HS1 UK and LGV Mediterranean Line Avignon Marseille.
     
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