France Eurail Select pass pullout

September 2012
Travel Daily;9/24/2012, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the withdrawal of French rail operator Societe nationale des chemins de fer francais (SNCF) to the Eurail Select Pass train travel project effective on December 27, 2012.


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