Train des Rêves
2 Allée de la Gare, 71400 Dracy-Saint-Loup, France
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PECH Priscillia, Director of Tourism and Administration (French, English and Spanish)
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Priscillia graduated with a degree in Applied Foreign Languages and specialized in International Business in Bordeaux, France. She is trilingual, fluent in French, English and Spanish. Priscillia worked in Florida in the United States for several years. Her highly rewarding professional experience has allowed her to acquire strong skills in various fields such as tourism, law, and business administration. Her taste for travel has led her to visit many European countries, including England, Italy, Spain, and Portugal, as well as North and South America where she worked in various professions.
Always dynamic and smiling, she introduces the visitors to the Train des Rêves that are seeking a calm venue where they can relax, seek diverse activities and cultural enrichment.
Priscillia is communicative, sociable and versatile, and she is a major asset iun the development of the Train des Rêves activities.
Greg Marshall, Proprietor, Station Manager (American and English)
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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. Gregory 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.