Re: Less travelled narrow gauge trains


On Thursday, 23 September 2021, 16:16:51 BST, John Lovda via <> wrote:
Actually the most unusual thing I remember was the standard BLS ride back to Neuchatel where the train stopped at a dead end in the middle of nowhere and switched directions. Is this the standard route to travel down the mountains?
Yes, that is the legendary Chambrelien. It is a real throw back to the early days of railways in mountainous regions. It's still great fun to experience, but I can remember back to the days when the loco even had to run round the train.

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