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Schweizerischen Bundesbahnen SBB
Chemins de fer fédéraux suisses CFF
Le Ferrovie federali svizzere FFS
Swiss State Railways.
SOB - Südostbahn
South Tirol railways
Travel on the famous Swiss mountain railways from St.Moritz to Zermatt and vice versa or from Piz Bernina to the Matterhorn. A 7 1/2 hour railway journey across 291 bridges, through 91 tunnels and across the Oberalp. Pass at 2’033 metres in altitude. A panoramic trip through the Alps in the heart of Switzerland. The Glacier Express travels a beautiful route between the sights of the Graubünden holiday region, central Switzerland, including Lake Lucerne and Lucerne itself, the sunny Valais region with its glacier landscape, and the beautiful regions of the South.
Sihltal Zürich Uetliberg Bahn
Zurich commuter rail line
BOB - Bernese Oberland Railway (Switzerland)
The Bernese Oberland Railway (BOB) connects Interlaken, (Interlaken Ost railway station) with Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen. Two train compositions are usually coupled together to travel to Zweilütschinen where they are then split. One train travels to Grindelwald, the other to Lauterbrunnen.
Regional swiss railway
NStCM - Nyon–St-Cergue–Morez Railway
The Nyon–St-Cergue–Morez Railway, French: Chemin de fer Nyon–Saint-Cergue–Morez, is a narrow gauge railway in western Switzerland which nowadays operates between Nyon, on the northern shore of Lake Geneva and the French border at La Cure, the La Cure–Morez section having closed in 1958.
MBC - Transports de la région Morges-Bière-Cossonay
The Bière–Apples–Morges Railway (BAM) or Chemin de fer Bière-Apples-Morges, is a 1,000 mm (3 ft 3+3⁄8 in) metre gauge railway with a total length of almost 30 kilometres (19 mi) which links the towns in its name and from a junction at Apples to the village of L’Isle. The company was renamed to Transports de la région Morges-Bière-Cossonay (MBC) to express its other activities, mainly in local and regional bus services.
Railway connecting Locarno (Gotthard line) in Switzerland to Domodossola /Simplon line) in Italy
RHB - The Rhaetian Railway
Rhätische Bahn - Ferrovia Retica - Viafier Retica, is a Swiss transport company that owns the largest network of all private railway operators in Switzerland. the RhB operates all the railway lines of the Swiss canton of Grisons, except for the line from Sargans to the cantonal capital, Chur, which are operated by Swiss Federal Railways (SBB CFF FFS), as well as the line from Disentis/Mustér to the Oberalp Pass and further on to Andermatt, Uri, which is operated by Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn (MGB). The Rhaetian Railway serves a number of major tourist destinations, such as St. Moritz and Davos. One of the RhB lines, the Bernina Railway, crosses the Bernina Pass at 2,253 metres (7,392 ft) above sea level and runs down to Tirano, Lombardy in Italy.
Schynige Platte Railway (Switzerland)
The Schynige Platte Railway climbs 1420 metres over a distance of 7.255 km, on its journey from Wilderswil up to Schynige Platte, famous as one of the best vantage points in the whole region.
zb Die Zentralbahn
Commuter rail line connecting Luzern - Interlaken & Engelberg
FLP - Ferrovie Luganesi
The Ferrovia Lugano-Ponte Tresa (FLP) Railway runs 12km from Lugano to Ponte Tresa.
CJ - Chemins de fer du Jura
The network of the Railroads of the Jura (CJ) is in the North-West of Switzerland. It essentially serves the plateau of the Frank-Mountains and the Porrentruy section - Bonfol en Ajoie. Porrentruy, Glovelier, Tavannes and La Chaux-de-Fonds constitute the stations of access to the network of the CJ.
Le Chemin de Fer Lausanne-Echallens-Bercher
Commuter rail line
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