Locomotive No.702 dating from 1958, rolls onto the UNESCO listed Landwasser Viaduct with a short freight train. The big '18' on the cliff is part of the RhB Lotto, a competition for passengers. Yo... (more)
Locomotive No. 642 is in a special livery made up of images of RhB staff, seen here just after crossing the Landwasser Viaduct. You can watch some video of this location here: https://youtu.be/gMH... (more)
A passenger train emerges from the cliff face onto the spectacular UNESCO listed Landwasser Viaduct. Locomotive No. 642 is in a special livery made up of images of RhB staff. The big '18' on the c... (more)
A freight train negotiates the UNESCO listed Landwasser Viaduct, before plunging into the shear cliff face and on towards Filisur station.
A short passenger train crosses one of the UNESCO listed viaducts over the Landwasser River, near Davos Wiesen station. The more famous curved 'Landwasser Viaduct' is further down stream. I was in... (more)
Local service from Chur arriving at Thusis.
Locomotive No.651 leads a Chur to St. Moritz passenger train, approaching the small request stop of Rodels-Realta.
A local train from Chur to Thusis approaches the small request stop of Rodels-Realta.
A double deck Stadler 'KISS' EMU prepares to take me south from Zürich to Chur, where I will transfer to the metre-gauge Rhaetian Railway.
The Meiringen–Innertkirchen Bahn is an interesting 5km private railway, running alongside the Aare river from Meiringen (where it connects with the Zentralbahn) to Innertkirchen. The service is op... (more)
A local train prepares to depart Meiringen for the scenic run to Interlaken Ost.
A Zentralbahn train rests in the yard at Meiringen.
Historic locomotive No.1992, dating from 1954, has just arrived at Meiringen with a special train.
A Lucerne-Interlaken Express arrives at Brienz, viewed from a BLS ferry named 'Brienz,' on Lake Brienz. I took this photo just before realising that I'd accidentally wandered into the first class ... (more)
A local train departs Brienz, heading for Interlaken Ost.