Commuters on the RER C line in Paris are treated to an exquisitely inspired ride.

The carriage interiors of the RER C rail line in Paris have been decorated with replications of the halls and gardens of the Palace of Versailles.

Concave carriage ceilings recreate Versaille's vaulted halls, stair landings are transformed into open garden views and vertical walls appear to be the library shelves of Louis XVI.

Click through the gallery to see how the replications transform a simple train ride into a distinctive and delightful journey.

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Chateau de Versailles

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