Chemin de fer
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Chemin de fer is a French phrase meaning "railroad" or "the railway".
Chemin de fer may refer to:
- Chemin-de-fer, the original version of the card game baccarat when it was introduced to France
- Le chemin de fer (Alkan), Op. 27, an 1844 étude composed by Charles-Valentin Alkan
- Chemin de Fer, a play by Georges Feydeau (1862 - 1921)
- Étude aux chemins de fer, a 1948 composition by Pierre Schaeffer constructed from railway sounds
- "Chemin de Fer", a poem by Elizabeth Bishop (1911 - 1979) from North and South
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