The northern terminus of the line was at Dompierre - well, actually it wasn't, - it was really, like so many light railways, at a hamlet about 1km to the east called Voisin.

map dated 1918   map dated 1932

Map dated 1918

Michelin map 1932


If we use a mixture of French ING, Luftwaffe and RAF aerial reconacense photographs and combine them with comtemporary Google images, we can trace the route easily and see where it lies today.

ING - undated but around 1940  Google 2010

ING survey around 1940

Google 2010          


Then & now..

Here is Dompierre 'then' - early 1930's perhaps? - and now - 2013. Click on any of the images to see more.