After a week of snowfall it was a crisp sunny day when I visited the former Chemin de fer Bex-Villars-Bretaye (now part of the Transports Publics du Chablais). Here we see a train pushed upwards b... (more)
Cogwheel push pull train of the Bex-Villars-Bretaye (now tpc) with car car Bt # 54, second class car B # 51 and locomotive HGe 4/4 # 32 in the rear, running down the mountain between Bouquetins an... (more)
Push pull train of the Bex-Villars-Bretaye with cogwheel locomotive HGe 4/4 # 32 "Villars" (with small baggage compartment) and cars B # 51 and cab car Bt # 54. The locomotive was built ... (more)
Number 5 passes Oberalppass whilst working the 1314 Disentis-Andermatt
Number 2 approaches Nätschen whilst working train 843, 1414 Disentis-Andermatt.
The Andermatt-Sedrun autozug waits to enter the single line
MGB HGe 4/4 climbing up on the cogwheel railway from Andermatt to Nätschen.
Oberalp Pass, March 8th, 2014
Brig Visp Zermatt Bahn rack and adhesion electric loco No 15 has just arrived at Brig with the 07.40 train from Zermatt. On the left is Furka Oberalp Bahn 0-4-0 shunting loco No Te 4926 performing... (more)
Furka Oberalp Bahn rack and adhesion electric loco No 35 arrives at Disentis/Muster with the 11.45 Brig to Chur train. Standing on the left is Rhatische Bahn G 4/5 2-8-0 No 108.
Furka Oberalp Bahn rack & adhesion Bo-Bo electric loco climbs away from Andermatt, seen far below on the right, with the 08.33 train to Disentis. It is a total climb of 597 metres from Andermatt t... (more)
"Crocodile" HGe 4/4 # 15 of the Matterhorn-Gotthard-Bahn (MGB) (former Visp-Zermatt-Bahn VZ) from 1929 is not familiar in Oberwald, because this is former Furka-Oberalp-Bahn (FO) territo... (more)
"Crocodile" HGe 4/4 # 15 of the Matterhorn-Gotthard Bahn, built in 1929 by SLM and MFO for the Visp-Zermatt-Bahn (VZ), is not really a articulated "crocodile", but a one frame ... (more)
Cogwheel locomotive HGe 4/4 101 966 of the Zentralbahn is pulling the Interregio 2222 from Lucerne to Interlaken Ost near Käppeli between Lungern and Brünig-Hasliberg.
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.