This photo required a lot of tracking and preparation. I was more than 220 meters from the bridge to take the picture! The bridge has a maximum height of 73 meters, and everything had to fit into the frame. We knew exactly what time the train was supposed to pass: 6:46 pm, I absolutely wanted to have it at the top left of the Viaduct, and Arthur at the bottom right on the road part.
It was therefore necessary to do many tests without a train for me to know the time between the departure of Arthur and his arrival in the air.
At 6:45 p.m., my mother was overshooting the north entrance to the Viaduct, while my father stopped a car at the south entrance which was trying to cross the bridge. Luckily for us the train honked few seconds before passing on it, I was on the phone with Arthur, and gave him the go as soon as the train arrived on the bridge. Two seconds later, one of the best photos I have ever taken came to life.