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Tag Archives: Switzerland
Last set of photos from Ron – then it’s back to Japan for a day or three! Another cold and overcast day but with low cloud. Went down to Interlaken to take direct train to Zweisimmen changing there for the … Continue reading
More from Ron. Look like he’s found his snow! A cold and overcast start to the day. Went down to Interlaken for train to Spiez. Here I took train to Visp through Lotschberg base tunnel and when the train left … Continue reading
Whilst Paul is dodging snow in Japan, Ron is off to Switzerland hunting for the stuff. It looks as if everyone is heading abroad before travel is curtailed by Brexit or the flu! Just a selection of Ron’s photos this … Continue reading
The last few days…..
A pleasant hour spent at Thun Station What can you make from a wheel, a tyre and some old rail? The old EBT logo at Thun Station.
Brig – Don’t see many of there Pendlezug in these days of EW1 atock Domodossla in Italy
I’m back from holiday again, but Allan’s pictures of Swiss transport will hold the fort for a few days more! Yverdon Second hand meter gauge points still sitting on top of a container at Lauterbrunnen. They were there last … Continue reading
Probably the last epistle from Ron (till October): Our last full day and another hot one. Decided to go to Lugano in Ticino so set off by bus and train to Arth Goldau. When the Lugano train pulled in it … Continue reading
Still raining! I’m pleased to see that even the Swiss have rail replacement bus services, and the Dawes pursuit of good value (i.e. cheap) food. A cloudy day and on our journey passed through constant rain. Took service bus to … Continue reading