Hi folks, I've just got my second set of FIP coupons for SNCF for this year and have some A/L coming up and fancy riding some français proper trains while their still there. So could anyone with knowledge of the current state of play in France point me in the right direction of where the real trains are still to be found?, (preferably ones that are in immediate threat from units). I am already aware of the hauled IC turns from Nord to/from the channel ports -(the Boulogne diesel is a must for me to do during my outward London-Paris, the traditional route through Dover/Calais). I'm also aware of the diesel hauled corail IC's on the Paris Est to Belfort's -(enjoyed a run on that behind a BB67000 -I think?! in an old school corail compartment when I was over for euros in the summer), I know there's various other hauled IC, TER and Transilien turns out of the other Parisian termini. About the Transilien in particular, are there any BB17000/RIB/RIO sets still running? If so, what lines and time of day am I likely to find them? Any info on RIB/RIO sets across France would be greatly appreciated as I'd imagine that they wont be around for much longer and would really like to take a ride on some of these trains. I also heard Clermont-Ferrande is/was supposed to be a loco hauled hotspot, is this still the case?? Are there still any old DMU's running anywhere in France? I've heard that SNCF run an "eco train", (sleeper stock running during the day) on an out and back diagram from Austerlitz to Toulouse and also I think, Est to Strasbourg? Anyone know more?? If I've missed any "must do's" or "soon to be unitised" jobs with old stock, please do let us know! I also enjoy some sybbic haulage and really anything with corails and "nez casssés"! All info/gen/suggestions very much welcomed, Thanks a lot! / Merci beaucoup!!