Railways of the Mosel(le)
From Bussang in France to Koblenz in Germany, the river Moselle (to give it's French spelling) swells from a trickling stream to become one of the great commercial waterways of Europe. A wide variety of railways follow it's tortuous route. Unfortunately the remote line, which followed the infant stream from it's source, closed some time ago but from Remiremont through Nancy, Metz, Thionville and Trier to it's confluence with the Rhine in Koblenz, railways are never far away from the river. We see the waterway in all it's moods, from swirling early morning mist to mirror-like reflection on calm summer days. Like the railway, it's a major freight carrier and many forms of shipping are shown. Come with US for a romantic riverside journey!