EuropeMotionRER B, the days before and those after by Vincent Couderc

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The RER B connects Charles de Gaulle Airport in the Northeast of Paris to Robinson and Saint-Rémy-lès- Chevreuse in the South. It goes through the heart of the capital and Châtelet-Les Halles station, where more than 26 million passengers cross path each year.

EuropeMotionRER B, the days before and those after by Vincent Couderc

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The RER B connects Charles de Gaulle Airport in the Northeast of Paris to Robinson and Saint-Rémy-lès- Chevreuse in the South. It goes through the heart of the capital and Châtelet-Les Halles station, where more than 26 million passengers cross path each year.

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