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V150 breaks speed record in France

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  • April 3: In this photo jointly released on by the French railway company SNCF, Alstom Transport and the Reseau Ferre de France (RFF), or French Railway Infrastructure, the high-speed French train, breaks the world speed record near Grigny, eastern France.
  • April 3: In this photo jointly released by the French railway company SNCF, Alstom Transport and the Reseau Ferre de France (RFF), or French Railway Infrastructure, the high-speed French train, speeds under a bridge filled with reporters and onlookers, breaking the world speed record near Grigny, eastern France.
  • April 3: President of the state-run rail company, Anne-Marie Idrac, center, sacks a bottle of Champagne while the train driver Eric Pieczac, right, cheers with all guests after he set a world speed record for a conventional train on rails in Bezannes, eastern France.
  • April 3: In this photo jointly released on by the French railway company SNCF, Alstom Transport and the Reseau Ferre de France (RFF), or French Railway Infrastructure, the high-speed French train, breaks the world speed record near Grigny, eastern France.
  • April 3: Guests and journalists surround the V150 high-speed train, which set a world speed record in Bezannes, eastern France.
  • April 3: The high-speed train V150 speeds through the Jolny viaduct near Thionville, eastern France, on its way to break the world speed record.

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