The Petite Ceinture (PC) is an abandoned railway around Paris which was used for transportation of goods between 1852 and 1934. Although disused since 1934, life on the railway continues and is now the playground for graffiti artists and a hiding place for social recluses. The WUP team takes a bucolic but very urban walk on the PC with photographer and journalist Pascal Bagot and here’s what we came across. We bring you Walking the Line (part 1) of our walk along the north-eastern part of the railway. Click here for part 2.
Special thanks to Pascal Bagot for his photography and to Palmyre Roigt for the opener image of this post.