Switzerland - Swiss Federal Railways (SBB/CFF/FFS)

Four pages are necessary to illustrate the variety of Swiss trains. Other pages show BLS, Rhätische Bahn or other private railways

The Re460 class was introduced as part of the Bahn 2000 modernisation project and is used on express passenger and heavy freight services. In this picture 460 038 is at the rear of the 12.22 Basel to Lausanne service, at Yverdon on 27 June 1999.
Re4/4I class locomotive number 10028 at Romanshorn on 27 September 1995, at the head of the 09.53 to Rorschach. This class of locomotive was introduced in 1946, and has now been withdrawn from service with SBB.
11236 at Yverdon, with the 14.07 Brig - Romanshorn train on 23 September 1995. This class of locomotive, Re4/4II, was once used on the fastest expresses, but has now been relegated to less important trains.
Once used on international Trans Europe Express services, the RABe units, nicknamed souris grises (grey mice) saw out their last days on the Frasne to Bern service, providing connections with Paris - Lausanne TGVs. RABe1055 awaits departure from Frasne (in France) with the 10.30 service to Bern on 27 June 1999.
SBB RABDe500 at Solothurn ICN tilting high-speed train 500 129 pauses at Solothurn while working the 09.45 Lausanne to St Gallen service on 15 November 2008.

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