This elegant electric railcar BDhe 2/4 # 201 was the first of a new generation when built in 1955 by SLM and BBC. Nowadays still used for service trains, standing in front of the shed in Kleine Sc... (more)
A brand new train for the Jungfraubahn is pushed by manpower in the shed on Kleine Scheidegg. It is an end car of the Bhe 4/8 # 221 from Stadler Rail on auxiliary bogies. The track is two gauges, ... (more)
The 1 meter gauge Jungfraubahn gets 4 new three car cogwheel trains from Stadler Rail. One end car of the Bhe 4/8 # 221 train is delivered from Stadler Rail in Bussnang to Grindelwald Grund on a f... (more)
Electric cogwheel push pull train of the Jungfraubahn with railcar BDhe 2/4 # 201 and cab car Bt # 25, built in 1955 and still in the traditional maroon-cream colors with chromium lettering. In th... (more)
Electric cogwheel locomotive He 2/2 11, built by SLM/BBC in 1912 as HGe 2/2, with passenger cars B2 17 and 13, on the Kleine Scheidegg. This over 100 years old composition is known as Eiger Ambass... (more)
Self propelled snow blower Xhe rote 2/2 # 12 of the Jungfraubahnen on Kleine Scheidegg. This vehicle with cogwheel drive, 1 meter gauge and for 1125 V three phase current was built by Stadler Rail... (more)
Two double cogwheel railcars BDhe 4/8 # 212 and 214 in the highest railway station of Europe, "Top of Europe" Jungfraujoch on 3454 meter a.s.l. This vehicles were built in 1992 by SLM an... (more)
In front of the railway's eponym - the Jungfrau mountain - two BDhe 4/8 are descending towards the Kleine Scheidegg station to get a new load of tourists travveling to the Top of Europe. This is t... (more)
Kleine Scheidegg is changing station between the 800mm gauge Wengernalpbahn and the 1000mm gauge Jungfraubahn. Beside of the railway station in early days of tourism mountain hotels were built her... (more)
On the return from Jungfraujoch, the so called "top of Europe" in the tourist information brochures.
Jungfraubahn BDhe 2/4 204 from Kleine Scheidegg to Jungfraujoch
Jungfraubahn BDhe 2/4 210 on the way to Jungfraujoch to Kleine Scheidegg before the "Eigernordwand"
Cogwheel train with material car leaves the station Kleine Scheidegg (2061 meters over sea level) for his run to Jungfraujoch