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Nocturne 2014 of the ASVi, directed by Michel Lurkin and his team of ROYAL CINAM association at Namur. With many thanks.

 


 

A museum housing thirty vehicles which once ran on the SNCV (National Light Railway Company), a rural tram route operated by enthusiastic volunteers, using vehicles which retrace the history of the world’s largest tram network. Historic monuments, such as the St Ursmer Collegiate Church at Lobbes and the terraced gardens and the belfry at Thuin, can be seen from the tram, so the visitor can discover both railway history and local culture. The trip through the streets of Thuin, across the bridge over the river Sambre and through the countryside offers unique views which you cannot see from your car. This is briefly what ASVi offers you during your visit. Welcome on board!