MGB 4/4 II with a glacier express passing behind the church of Rueras
MGB passenger train with HGe 4/4 II 107 in front passing Rueras
en route to Tujetsch and Disentis
HGe 4/4ii 103 works on the rack as it descends the steep gradient down to Andermatt with the afternon Chur - Zermatt Glacier Express.
Narrow gauge Glacier express passes the summit of the Oberalp pass, 2044 m above sea level.
Glacier express passes the Lake of Oberalp at the summit of the namesake pass, 2044 m above sea level.
MGB engine 108 with a Glacier express reaching the summit of the pass of Oberalp on the namesake lake
MGB "long distance" train with HGe4/4II passe the Lake of Oberalp en route to Andermatt. A steep descend with cogwheel assistance leads from the pass of Oberalp to Andermatt
MGB "long distance" train with HGe4/4II leaves the station of Oberalp en route to the steep cogwheel descend towards Andermatt
After an overnight snowfall, HGe 4/4ii 103 is seen at Oberalpppass (2044M) with a Glacier Express from St Moritz to Zermatt
HGe 4/4ii 103 is seen shortly after passing through Realp with Glacier Express service D910 09:52 Zermatt to St Moritz
MGB HGE 4/4II 104 with a Glacier Express descends from the Oberalp pass. In the foreground, the little Reuss river flows into the heart of Switzerland, to become later a pretty big river.
The Glacierexpress leaves the Tunnel / Gallerie built as shelter against avalanches at the lake of Oberalp, 2044 meter about sea level.
The Glacierexpress decends from the pass of Oberalp shorthly after the highest point of the pass, 2044 meters above sea level. This is mountain railroading with gear wheels.
MGB HGe 4/4II No4 and No107 each on a Glacier Express service cross at Oberalppass (el. 2033 meters) Switzerland