The Transcorrézien game on "RADIO CHARDON"
Brigitte talks to Magalie Toulzat, the designer.
A GAME FOR THE TRANSCORREZIAN "
Driven by a childhood passion and desire for transmission, Magalie Toulzat has entirely designed "Le Jeu du Transcorrézien".
An instructive board game on the history of the emblematic Corrèze train.
101cases for the 101 kilometers of the Transcorrézien route linking Tulle and Ussel.
This is the journey to accomplish for the 6 players if they want to win the part of this game designed by Mahalie Toulzat, a resident of Saint-Priest-de-Gimel. A journey through time embellished with 150 questions scrupulously developed by the designer.
"I was inspired by my many readings on the subject, including the book written by my father, who was very passionate about the Transcorrézien", she explains.
The Transcorrézien line operated from 1912 to 1960 and left a very strong imprint in local memory.
“I had already thought about a prototype of the game in 2014, remembers Magalie Toulzat.
This year, I wanted to go to the end of the project.
The game, printed in 300 copies, is on sale for € 39, directly from Magalie Toulzat.
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WORKS RELATING TO THE TRANSCORREZIEN
EDITED BY HIS FATHER JEAN PAUL TOULZAT
"The Tramways of Corrèze"
Discovering a forgotten little train
by Jean-Paul TOULZAT.
After long and patient research, the author retraces the history of this ephemeral line of trams in Corrèze.
He brings this little train back to life in its environment with all the events of the time: its provisional reception, the visit of a President of the Republic, the Great War, the floods, the joys and misfortunes that accompanied it.
A 328-page book, 16 of which are four-color, 230x310 mm format, four-sided cover, nineteen chapters, abundant illustration.
Preface by Claude DUNETON
"1912-1913 ... A hundred years ago the Tramways of Corrèze"
by Jean-Paul TOULZAT
The Corrèze Tramways have marked the social and economic life of all
A hundred years later, let's remember ...
Jean-Paul Toulzat makes you discover in this magnificent book the history
of these small lines of Corrèze through photos and old postcards.
A book of 296 pages in color, A4 format. Numerous illustrations.
4 chapters on TC lines: La Rivière-de-Mansac-Juillac;
Aubazine-Beaulieu; Tulle-Ussel; the Black Rocks viaduct
Preface by Christian SIGNOL
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