In the summer of 1994, the largest national federal camp "Cuntrast 94" of the Pfadi Schweiz with more than 20,000 participants took place in the Napf area during 2 weeks. This gave the participating transport companies in this area a "traffic of the century". The picture of 25 July shows the arrival of participants from eastern Switzerland. Starting in Buchs, train no. 33052 with 12 SBB cars travelled via Zurich-Olten-Langenthal to Huttwil, where it was split up. There the rear 7 cars of this train were disconnected and taken over by the Re 4/4 III No. 113 "Thun" of EBT as train 32155 for the continuation of the journey to Sumiswald-GrĂ¼nen-Ramsei-Langnau. This locomotive, built in 1983, was involved in an accident in Crossrail services in Brig in 2010 and is now the only Re 4/4 III of the former EBT group that no longer exists. The picture was taken shortly before the Sumiswald Tunnel on the Gammenthal side.