A training company in a suburb of Paris has made an ad campaign starring a woman who seems to like trains.
The ad was filmed in Paris on a train in the suburb of Grenoble, which is a few kilometers from the city.
The narrator in the ad says that “this train reminds me of a woman I know in my hometown,” adding that “she is a train enthusiast who has trained with me for many years.”
The narrator then tells the audience, “She also loves trains.”
The ad is being shown to train operators who have expressed interest in working with the ad, according to the French news site L’Express.
The train in question is a modified version of the Vauxhall Corsa which is used by the French National Railway (CNTR) in the region.
The CNTR has not yet confirmed if it is running the ad campaign, which has also been spotted on a bus in Paris and in the city’s subway system.
The ads come at a time of increased interest in the Parisian suburbs.
Last week, the French government announced that it would allow the construction of several new train stations on Paris’s outskirts, including in Grenobles.
Paris has been ranked as the third most expensive city in the world to live in by a number of factors.
The cost of living has been rising faster than the national average in recent years, and the city has become one of the most expensive places in Europe to live.
According to a report published by the European Center for Public Opinion Research (ECPI), the average house price in France rose by 22.8 percent between 2011 and 2017.
The ECPI study also found that in 2017, the average number of properties in the French capital rose by 5.3 percent over the same period.