The German engines BR 185 106 and 103 are hauling this southbound 3200t clay train from Basel to Domodossola II, deviated by way of Lausanne and the Valais. In this very moment, the first engine i... (more)
A 1800t freight train from Lausanne to Basel switching yard passes the castle of Grandson with its unique archway.
During the 83rd international Motorshow (Salon de l'auto) in Geneva, several extra trains running across Switzerland. Those trains always are well frequented. Here we see the return of 30735 to Zu... (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)
Electric double-railcar BDhe 4/8 131 and cab car Bt 251 on their way down from Kleine Scheidegg to Lauterbrunnen.
Historic railcar BDeh 4/4 101, built in 1947, descends slowly to Wengen as regular regional train. On days with a high operating grade, the WAB railway company fall back on this railcar and even f... (more)
Departure of a RegioExpress from Genčve-Aéroport to Lausanne - Vevey, seen from an unusual point of view.
On December 9th, a whole new timetable came into effect in Switzerland. It's the first day these double-decker units are commuting between Romont - Lausanne and Vevey - Lausanne (- Genčve).
The lonely tree awaits springtime while an InterCity from Genčve-Aéroport to St. Gall passes the area.
On occasion, InterCity tilt trains instead of double-deck units operate on the more regional line between Berne and Biel/Bienne.
In October 2012 the shooting programme for the movie "Sunstroke" took place around Le Bouveret (VS). For this purpose, an authentic steam train of the 1920s had been transferred from Brugg to St-M... (more)
The "Train des Vignes" (vineyard train) on his way down to Vevey.
An ETR 610 EuroCity Tilt train passes the little village of St-Saphorin on the Lake Geneva shoreline.
The old "Train des Vignes" (Vineyard train) in his flashy yellow painting sheme descends the 38‰ ramp down to Vevey.
The brand new commuting unit RABe 511 002 for Zurich spent some time in the French part of Switzerland for several test runs.