Based in Paris, Lesley Brown is a freelance journalist specialising in transport
– rail, road, waterborne, air, urban and new mobility services. Providing skills without the corporate collar, she writes for various media and organisations in France ( Futura-Mobility, BtoBRail), Belgium ( UITP), and the U.K. ( Rail Engineer).
Lesley is also a can-do (
Quentin Thieulin, TF1 EVENTS – Caroline Ridet …) French-to-English translator, voice-over ( Zepros – Elokami Production), and media monitor ( Gérard Feldzer & Futura-Mobility).
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Spoiler alert! Lesley is a professional = she does not work for free.
Visiting construction site for metro Line 14 extension in Paris, 2017
Keep on trucking’… leggin’ it at Freight in the City 2017
At Autonomy 2017, Paris
With team Futura-Mobility and Bertrand Piccard, October 2017
Take my breath away! In the cockpit of an Airbus A320neo with easyJet, London Gatwick, September 2017
Rocking that plastic red coat, again. This time at the launch of driverless shuttles, Paris La Défense (photo by Ali Hammami, Le Mobiliste (LM)
Driving in my car. Two-feet meet four-wheels in Halesworth, England
In China, working out railway equipment by Huawei
Lady in red. Visiting the Diabolo project in Brussels
At SFMTA‘s rail facility in San Francisco, with Siemens Mobility
At Siemens’ US manufacturing plant, Sacramento
Putting new 1st Class TGV seats to the test, Paris
With Gérard Feldzer, Transportez-moi
Sitting pretty on Le Train du Cinéma – RER D commuter train, Paris – with French Railways (SNCF)
Flexing muscles with Paul Cocheril at HellermannTyton
Stealthing the work of photographer Garry Winogrand, at Jeu de Paume Paris, with RATP
Suitably booted and suited in the Port of Antwerp, Belgium, with Infrabel
In the line of duty, Tours tramway
In the driving seat at Siemens’ Testing and Validation Centre, Wegberg-Wildenrath, Germany
Night riding Vélib’ bike sharing, Paris
‘Thirty years ago, Marseilles lay burning in the sun, one day.’ On a research trip – waterborne public transport – Mobility magazine
With Bastian Baker (sweet guy) during a press trip to Lausanne, with TGV Lyria
Delving London’s Crossrail, with AFFI