With the unmistakeable peak of the Matterhorn (4478M) dominating the background, a Gornergratbahn train approaches Europe's highest outdoor station at Gornergrat (3089M)
An MGB unit approaches Monte Rosa, with a service for Zermatt.
An MGB unit climbs away from Randa, bound for Brig.
MGB No.5 approaches the station at Monte Rosa, heading out towards Tasch and Zermatt.
MGB No. 3 heads downhill on the approach to Randa station, final destination Zermatt.
An MGB push pull set heading into Randa, with a train from Zermatt.
In Glacier Express livery, MGB No.4 is seen heading for Zermatt, here between Randa and Tasch.
MGB No.5 rushes north towards Randa from Zermatt in the snow.
MGB (Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn) shunting loc
At 10,135ft above sea level, it was a bit chilly taking this photo! A late afternoon train arrives at the terminus of the Gornergratbahn, high in the Alps.
The two double rack railcars Bhe 4/8 3041 and 3044 are on the ascent above Riffelalp from Zermatt up to Gornergrat, with the impressive view to the Matterhorn (4477 meter a.s.l.).
Two Bhe 4/6 articulated lowfloor trainsets are on the way to the Gornergrat, with the Matterhorn and Riffelsee (Riffel Lake)
Lowfloor articulated trainsets Bhe 4/6 3084 and 3083 are on the way to top of Gornergrat, with a nice view to the famous Matterhorn.
The two Bhe 4/8 railcars 3041 and 3044 were built in 1965/1975 by SLM and BBC. They will reach the Gornergrat station in a few seconds, with the Matterhorn and Dent Blanche in the background.
Lowfloor articulated rack railcar Bhe 4/6 3081 and 3082 (built by Stadler in 2006) on the way to the Gornergrat above Riffelberg with the Matterhorn (4478 m).