A refurbished 2nd class carriage of a TGV Atlantique on the way from Paris to Irun (Spain). Pictures were taken shortly before the final station of that train.
Wikipedia: "The TGV Atlantique (TGV-A) is a class of high-speed trains used in France by SNCF; they were built by Alsthom between 1988 and 1991, and were the second generation of TGV trains, following on from the TGV Sud-Est.
105 bi-current sets, numbered 301-405, were built for the opening of the LGV Atlantique and entry into service began in 1989. They are 237.5 m (780 ft) long and 2.9 m (9.5 ft) wide. They weigh 444 tonnes, and are made up of two power cars and ten carriages with a total of 485 seats. They were built for a maximum speed of 300 km/h (186 mph) with 8,800 kW total power under 25 kV.
Modified unit 325 set the world speed record in 1990 on the new LGV before its opening. Various modifications, such as improved aerodynamics, larger wheels and improved braking were made to enable test run speeds of over 500 km/h (310 mph)."