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Five exciting facts about the RhB Crocodile

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Five exciting facts about the RhB Crocodile

The legendary Ge 6/6 I locomotive, also known as the RhB Crocodile, is celebrating its 100th anniversary. We have tapped into the expertise of retired RhB employee and rolling stock expert Gian Brüngger and uncovered five exciting facts.

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Spectacular film find from the 1930s

A glance back

Spectacular film find from the 1930s

As many of you probably already know, Rhaetian Railway has been offering its guests rail journeys since as far back as 1889. Film footage from this time is rare. Now a long-lost film has emerged from the 1930s offering a new insight into rail travel way b

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How a camel stole the show from RhB’s highest viaduct

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How a camel stole the show from RhB’s highest viaduct

An extraordinary creature leisurely makes its way across RhB’s highest viaduct, the Wiesen Viaduct. A deer? Even a llama would be plausible. Or maybe just a Fata Morgana?

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The passes of Graubünden - the time before RhB

A glance back

The passes of Graubünden - the time before RhB

The Romans travelled on foot, with the aid of horses and single-axle chariots, and the wealthy had sedan chairs. But what does the Rhaetian Railway have in common with the Romans?

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A city stroll and mountain adventure in one: 105 years’ Chur–Arosa

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A city stroll and mountain adventure in one: 105 years’ Chur–Arosa

Two years is all it took to build the track between the cantonal capital and the popular spa resort.

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Mountain conqueror – the Vereina Tunnel celebrates 20 years

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Mountain conqueror – the Vereina Tunnel celebrates 20 years

Twenty years ago today, the first carriages rolled along the tracks through the longest tunnel in RhB’s network – the Vereina Tunnel.

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130 years of railway pleasure in Graubünden – and who invented it?

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130 years of railway pleasure in Graubünden – and who invented it?

It wasn't anyone from Switzerland who got the trains started in Graubünden at the end of the nineteenth century, but someone from the lowlands, a seafarer in fact.