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

A glance back

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

A glance back

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

A glance back

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?

A glance back

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.