La Petite Ceinture

Exciting adventures to report!! I spent this week’s May day bank holiday discovering along with 3 friends “la petite ceinture” (the little belt), the disused railways lines of Paris that go around the edges of the east side of the city. The track still belongs to the SNCF and is a well trodden path for photographers and people “in-the-know”! We felt a little bit like the modern, over-grown version of the railway children…

I took a ridiculous amount of photographs. There was so much street art that I was like a kid in a sweet shop. So here are just a few shots of our epic adventure from the day!

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And then for some well deserved beers…!

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5 thoughts on “La Petite Ceinture

  1. La petite cienture is so cool, I know the artist that lives in the station where you were, he lends us the keys in Summer sometimes so we can go up there freely, you should come next time! Elle xx

  2. Pingback: Paris: 5 Things to do on Sunday | Hipsters in Paris

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