Switzerland - BLS Lötschbergbahn

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

BLS Class 485 at Brig Modern BLS Cargo Class 485 locomotives 485 012 and 485 007 haul a southbound "piggy back" freight through Brig on 2 September 2006.
BLS unit at Zweisimmen In the days when the company was known as the Bern Lötschberg Simplon railway, unit 955 stands at Zweisimmen with the 14.20 to Spiez on 23 September 1983.
Re4/4 no. 187 "Mund" in the classic BLS brown livery, at Brig on 24 September 1983.
BLS 503 at Ausserberg Re4/4 no. 503, second-hand from SBB, approaching Ausserberg with the 16.02 Brig - Goppenstein local train on 2 September 2006. This scenic section of route is now bypassed by most trains, which use the new Lötschberg base tunnel.

BLS tunnel rescue train

The BLS tunnel rescue train at Spiez on 7 September 2006. A similar train, owned by SBB, is stationed near the other end of the Lötschberg base tunnel at Brig.

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