In September 1946, at the age of 9 months, Marie-Louise arrived at Fond-de-Gras because her father, who works as a railroad hooker for the CFL, has just been transferred there and benefits from an accommodation provided by employer in the station, which is still there today.
Marie-Louise spent her childhood and her youth in Fond-de-Gras, leaving the valley only once getting married.
A short time ago, we had the acquaintance of this charming lady, who was kind enough to share her memories of Fond-de-Gras with us.
So, Marie-Louise lives with her parents, her brother, and her sister in the station building. Four rooms, a living room and a kitchen. The room that is now used by the Train 1900 to manage the train traffic was once her father’s office.