An electric cog railcar crosses the Lütschine river, shortly after departing Lauterbrunnen. Just after the bridge, the steep incline to Wengan begins.
An electric cog railcar carefully descends the steep rack section between Wengan and Lauterbrunnen.
Autumn in the Alps means often beautiful and clear weather in the mountains, but fog down in the valleys. On the Kleine Scheidegg the first one was present on this day when two BDhe 4/8 EMU starte... (more)
In front of the railway's eponym - the Jungfrau mountain - two BDhe 4/8 are descending towards the Kleine Scheidegg station to get a new load of tourists travveling to the Top of Europe. This is t... (more)
Kleine Scheidegg is changing station between the 800mm gauge Wengernalpbahn and the 1000mm gauge Jungfraubahn. Beside of the railway station in early days of tourism mountain hotels were built her... (more)
BLM (Bergbahn Lauterbrunnen-Mürren / Railway Lauterbrunnen-Mürren) Be 4/4 21 from Grütschalp to Mürren
Old BOB electric locomotve HGe 3/3 24 on one of it's very rare trips to Lauterbrunnen. Today, there are no more historic trains on the lines of BOB, the plan schedule just doesn't allow it anymore... (more)
Fog in the lower regions, sun and nothing else in the mountains and the last day of the summer season means always a high peak in traffic on the Wengernalpbahn. In such occasions the older veteran... (more)
Cogwheel railcar BDhe 4/8 215 as regional train on his way to Jungfraujoch - Europe's highest railway station on 3'454m (11'332 ft). The trains climb up by crossing the Mt. Eiger you can see in th... (more)
A mixed composition of old and new rack trainsets from BOB are bordering the river and approaching to Lauterbrunnen.
Do you remember James Bonds 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service'? Do you also remember the scene, when James Bond is arriving in the Bernese Oberland (Switzerland)? Here we go. That's the same place ... (more)