A camp of 100 migrants was evacuated in Lille after a judge ordered the group's expulsion in Northern France.
The individuals had been staying in the old station in the city of Lille, Saint-Saveur.
Police oversaw the "calm" movement of the group towards two buses - one to take a group to a hotel to wait for a transfer, and the other to Avesnois in northeastern France.
The camp had grown over the course of the summer to 150 people, and was threatening to spark a food crisis over shortages.
On October 4, a judge ordered the camp in the old station be cleared away because it had become a risk to public safety, according to newspaper La Voix Du Nord.
A local journalist posted a video to Twitter to show the early-morning evacuation.