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Colours from the stained glass windows flood the Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Lyon.
Lyon, France.

Colours from the stained glass windows flood the Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Lyon.

Lyon, France.

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The Mont Blanc massif reflected in Lindsay’s sunglasses from the summit of Aiguille du Midi at 3,842m (12,605ft).
Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France.

The Mont Blanc massif reflected in Lindsay’s sunglasses from the summit of Aiguille du Midi at 3,842m (12,605ft).

Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France.

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The Piscine du Rhône before recent renovations commenced. It is a large swimming complex on the banks of the River Rhône.
Lyon, France.

The Piscine du Rhône before recent renovations commenced. It is a large swimming complex on the banks of the River Rhône.

Lyon, France.

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Looking down to Chamonix from the summit of Aiguille du Midi at 3,842m (12,605ft).
Chamonix, France.

Looking down to Chamonix from the summit of Aiguille du Midi at 3,842m (12,605ft).

Chamonix, France.

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A warehouse on the docks.
Dunkirk, France.

A warehouse on the docks.

Dunkirk, France.

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The cable car to Aiguille du Midi from Chamonix. One car runs from Chamonix to the station at Plan de l’Aiguille at 2,317m then this car runs to the top station at 3,777m. An elevator climbs from there to the summit at 3,842m.
Chamonix, France.

The cable car to Aiguille du Midi from Chamonix. One car runs from Chamonix to the station at Plan de l’Aiguille at 2,317m then this car runs to the top station at 3,777m. An elevator climbs from there to the summit at 3,842m.

Chamonix, France.

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A quick break with Mont Blanc looming in the background.

Les Chosalets, France.

A quick break with Mont Blanc looming in the background.

Les Chosalets, France.

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BMX tricks down by the Rhône.

Lyon, France.

BMX tricks down by the Rhône.

Lyon, France.

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Alpine room service, The Alpaga Hotel.
Megève, France.

Alpine room service, The Alpaga Hotel.

Megève, France.

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On board Le Shuttle through the Channel Tunnel.
The Channel Tunnel is 50.45km (31.35 miles) long and runs under the English Channel between Folkestone in England and Calais in France. Cars are driven onto double decker carriages for the 35 minute journey then driven straight off, single decker carriages accommodate coaches and larger vehicles. The whole rake is powered by a 9,400hp Eurotunnel Class 9000 locomotive at either end of the train.
Somewhere under the English Channel, between England and France.

On board Le Shuttle through the Channel Tunnel.

The Channel Tunnel is 50.45km (31.35 miles) long and runs under the English Channel between Folkestone in England and Calais in France. Cars are driven onto double decker carriages for the 35 minute journey then driven straight off, single decker carriages accommodate coaches and larger vehicles. The whole rake is powered by a 9,400hp Eurotunnel Class 9000 locomotive at either end of the train.

Somewhere under the English Channel, between England and France.