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Der Bernina Express beim Morteratsch Gletscher  (c) swiss-image.ch_Robert Boesch

Der Bernina Express beim Morteratsch Gletscher (c) swiss-image.ch_Robert Boesch

Der "Dueppel Express" hier beim Halt im Bahnhof Zehlendorf-Sued im Sommer 1973

Der "Dueppel Express" hier beim Halt im Bahnhof Zehlendorf-Sued im Sommer 1973

RailPictures.Net Photo: 103 113 DB AG BR 103 at Boppard, Germany by Christian Zell

High quality photograph of DB AG BR 103 # 103 113 at Boppard, Germany.

Switzerland via the Bernina train.  My trip aboard that train was in April 1999.

Rhätische Bahn on the Viadukt of Langwies, Graubünden, Switzerland. Wow, the views from that train would be amazing!

The BERNINA EXPRESS, running from Chur via Albula and Bernina to Tirano/Italy, pulled by highpower "Allegra" railcar ABe 8/12 # 3506 with name "Anna von Planta", on the lowest level of the reversing loops above Bergün. In one and a half minute the train will run from the left, on the track of the second level in the foreground, towards Preda.

The BERNINA EXPRESS, running from Chur via Albula and Bernina to Tirano/Italy, pulled by highpower "Allegra" railcar ABe 8/12 # 3506 with name "Anna von Planta", on the lowest level of the reversing loops above Bergün. In one and a half minute the train will run from the left, on the track of the second level in the foreground, towards Preda.

Electric Locomotive, Italia, Vehicles, Miniatures, Italy, Car, Miniature, Minis, Vehicle

RhB, Rhätische Bahn, the electric locomotive Ge 2/4 222 (originally numbered as 204, built by SLM and BBC in 1913).

Rhätische Bahn (RhB), Ge 222 (originally numbered as built by SLM and BBC in Samedan (GR) ?

Swiss Rail, Train Tracks, Winter Wonderland, Scenery

103-109-stuttgart-hbf

103-109-stuttgart-hbf

Atomic Ranch, Electric Locomotive, Germany, Horses, Iron, Deutsch, Horse, Steel

DSCF5584.jpg (1023×778)

DSCF5584.jpg (1023×778)

Switzerland has large areas of land that are mountainous. Before the 19th Century, the mountainous terrain meant that it was difficult to travel across the country, and consequently communication was relatively poor. Swiss railway engineers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries had to be extremely innovative, imaginative, and courageous to build a complex and efficient mountain railway system.

9 Most Amazing Train Railways

Cavaglia, le Marmitte dei Giganti ( Svizzera)

Cavaglia, le Marmitte dei Giganti ( Svizzera)

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