Claudie Millet
génial !!
Is this a metaphor? The train is an mg-34 and the snow is allied forces? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Aber nicht im ernst?
Meanwhile in Switzerland 1 cm snow the complete System went down for 2 days...
Tom O
Living in a snowy region, I always wondered how they did this. Great video!
Alexis Balcerzak
I have always lived in Normandy, and when I was a kid snow was a common thing during winter but nowadays it's REALLY rare. The last time I saw snow was 7 years ago and it's didn't even last one day. Last week I had no problem walking in the street with only a shirt and a jean, in mid-october
Daniel Cannata
Why dont you invest in a motorized blower train.
Worlds largest snowblowers.
They exist. And they are incredible to watch those enormous fans toss that snow 200 feet in both directions.
Amazing and funny job!
Stephen Fox
Super. I was at my house in Suisse Normande for that storm. Snowed for about 28 hours straight, as hard as I ever saw, around -4C, 30mph wind, and 5 foot drifts on the top road. Amazing.
Proab a load of muslim migrants hiding in d snow to get on d train...
David Wu
The engine specification looks pretty tiny. But should be enough for snow plowing.
Michael Max
so rad!
That looks fun !
1:38 epic sound
Viktor Zaïtsev
Often times when rail plows stall in the snow, they are extremely hard to pull out. You can't just back them up with the power you went in with. Additional power needs to be brought in, and sometimes excavating equipment.
andrew thompson
some random as snowcover.
Saw one just like this with Americans-they were laughing the same way.
Love seeing it from the inside for once.
Kreig Dernier
Don't leave the flanger down at the xings
Peter Harris
going under bridges is a major task
Fool driver...
Selena Beaulieu
Wow my family is originally from Normandy beautiful area cool train......
Jack Carlson
Looks like such a fun job!
great in cab view! love the last clip!!
David Sanders
Finally a nice view from the engine. Thanks
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