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Train des Rêves
2 Allée de la Gare, 71400 Dracy-Saint-Loup, France

contact@traindesreves.com – +33 3 85 52 05 58


Gregory Godessart, Project Manager (French and English)

godessart.g@traindesreves.com + 33 6 81 00 37 98 (9h00 to 17h30)

A graduate in the field of tourism, professional hotel and catering, our manager has set his sights on the Burgundy region after 10 years of working all over France and abroad. Grégory has been present since the dawn of the project. He has been able to coordinate the actions of various companies for the renovation of the project and developed solutions to modernize the comfort and safety of the historic wagons without sacrificing their original quality. Grégory speaks fluent English and will be delighted, with his team, to help you discover this unique place steeped in history, the region and the tourist activities that surround us.

 

Sophie Jullo, Director of Public Relations (French)

sophie@traindesreves.com +33 6 45 61 08 54 (8h to 17h00)

Madam Jullo is a certified medical and social executive with a rich experience. She completes our management team in this project. Her mission is the coordination of marketing, advertising, and business relations. Her involvement is to improve the lives of readers of the Train Des Rêves website by writing a document written in FALC (easy to read and understand) with external partners. Her investment in helping others goes beyond our borders. In April 2018, Ms. Jullo returned from a rich humanitarian experience through the AX Africa Raid (Rally) Association in Morocco. This makes it possible for her to share her motivation and give much of her personal time to people living in difficult situations. In her spare time, Sophie enjoys hiking, running, cycling and skiing.

 

Greg Marshall, Proprietor, Station Manager (American and English)

g.marshall@traindesreves.com +33 6 33 16 10 29 (8h to 20h)

An American living in France since 2003, he is a former United States Marine platoon commander, a policeman on the California Highway Patrol (“CHiPs”), and holds several US patents in electronics. Mr. Marshall has been involved in historic preservation since 1998. He purchased and preserved the last home of aviator Charles Lindbergh in Maui, Hawaii. He has served as President of the Make-A-Wish Foundation (for children with serious illnesses), President of the Holy Nativity School and the American Cancer Society. In France, he has been involved in the preservation and alternative use of railway lines and historic railway stations since 2011. He bought the Dracy-Saint-Loup station in 2016 with the aim of installing historic railway cars and steam locomotives, a museum, a B&B and a fun place for all.

 

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