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Re: RhB luxury trains

Guerbetaler
 

Am 10.05.2020 um 23:20 schrieb Andrew Moglestue via groups.io:
1) trains operating primarily for tourists rather than local traffic
That's the whole RhB except S1, S2 and some trains Chur - Ilanz.

Markus, Gürbetal


Re: RhB luxury trains

Andrew Moglestue
 

Maybe the criteria that Toma was looking for are more along the lines of

1) trains operating primarily for tourists rather than local traffic
1b) or if local traffic is also covered, separate coaches provided for tourists
2) tourist coaches have enhanced comfort or facilities (this can include panoramic windows, dining facilities, announcement of items of touristic interest)
3) the type of tourists the train is being marketed for are interested in discovering and viewing the landscape, thus for example ski shuttles which may also attract many tourists are discarded from this category
4) such trains are not typically integrated in the "Taktfahrplan" (as far as that existed at the time in question) but operate additionally to it (exceptions may apply)


Re: RhB luxury trains

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Am 10.05.2020 um 21:45 schrieb Toma Bacic:
'Luxury' was probably wrong word, trains with names is much better!
"Fliegender Rhätier" appears for trains with BCe 4/4 501-504 plus BC4ü 251-52 and C4ü 2301-06. Finke/Schweers say the name disappeared in 1946.

"Unterengadin-Express" 1978-84

"Engadin-Express" 1985-.. St. Moritz - Scuol - Landeck - Wien

"Palm-Express" 1986- St. Moritz - Chiavenna - Locarno - Domodossola - Brig - Zermatt, today only St. Moritz - Lugano, without RhB!

"Engadin Star" Landquart - Vereina - St. Moritz

"Aqualino" (Disentis) - Landquart - Scuol

more to come?

Markus, Gürbetal


Re: RhB luxury trains

Toma Bacic
 

Thank you for the answers, Markus!
'Luxury' was probably wrong word, trains with names is much better! There
was also Arosa Express after the re-electrification of the Arosa line.

regards
toma

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Re: RhB luxury trains

Guerbetaler
 

Am 10.05.2020 um 21:05 schrieb Guerbetaler:
If you insist on "luxury" we would have to remove the
Bernina-Express
Good sources are Schweers/Wall/Kunnes: Expresszüge auf schmaler Spur. It was published in 1986 but gives informations for the early years. Also with some intersting info comes Wolfgan Finke, Hans Schweers: Die Fahrzeuge der Rhätischen Bahn 1886-1996. It has train consists of 1934/35.

All the trains we are discussing are in a matrix of the following characteristics:

1a) train with a name
1b) train without a name
1c) rolling stock with a name
2a) train with through coaches
2b) full train consist going through
2c) trains (and buses) making connections under a marketing name
3a) train offering all classes
3b) train offering all classes and dining car
3c) train only offering 1st (and old 2nd) class and dining car

Engadin Express was 1a) 2c) 3c). When it started in 1895 RhB had not yet been completed and the final travel was in a stagecoach.

Palm Express is another 2c) type.

Markus, Gürbetal


Re: RhB luxury trains

Guerbetaler
 

Am 10.05.2020 um 13:47 schrieb Toma Bacic:
I am trying to make a list of the RhB luxury trains;
If you insist on "luxury" we would have to remove the Bernian-Express before panoramic. Also the Glacier Express was not only luxury. Yes it had a dining car on part of the route an it had first class. But travlling in third class was rather of a type that wouldn't be allowed in Corona times...

What is the aim of your list? Luxury? Through trains? Trains with names?

And then we should mention that the Heidiland-Bernina-Express wasn't a very distinctive product but wanted to say, you also get Bernina if you come from Davos.

there was also a pair of trains besides the Glacier-Express tha t was restricted to Chur - Brig and was called Rhein-Rhone or Rhone-Rhein, depending of the direction. It was, as the Glacier Express was, a group of through coaches. Still today, the Chur - St. Moritz bit of the GEX is of the type through coaches.

To find out all these details it would be necessary to go through the timetables. Unfortunately you can't do that online...

Markus


RhB luxury trains

Toma Bacic
 

Hello!
I am trying to make a list of the RhB luxury trains; and for now I have the
following:
- Glacier Express, introduced in 1930
- Bernina Express, introduced in 1973 (through cars introduced in 1969)
- Heidiland-Bernina Express, introduced in 1995, abandoned in ?
- Heidi Express, introduced in 1999, abandoned in 2005
- Engadin Express, in 1930s (?); also Engadin Express was the brand of the
London-Chur train (?)
Anything else...?

Also, and info where the historic train compositions of those trains can be
found?

Thank you and regards
toma

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Re: New livery for BLS 465

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Am 08.05.2020 um 13:43 schrieb Martin Baumann:
Which will take some getting used to:-(
I hope that the technical update is more successful than the livery update.

Markus


Re: SBB-CI/Süd Leasing Vectron

csipromo
 

I had that written down, but missed it when I was surmising the last name.

Thanks and regards

Mike C


Re: New livery for BLS 465

csipromo
 

I thought we would get some kind of silver and green combination. I think that it would have been nicer with a silver stripe between the lime and the gray sections of the body.

I also noted that none of the photos that I have seen so far have included the taufnahme of the locomotive. Will they continue to bear logos on the side?

I wonder how long it will be before they start to call these loks "limes" and whether 465 013 will be painted yellow "citron" to be different?

Regards

Mike C


New livery for BLS 465

Martin Baumann
 


Re: SBB-CI/Süd Leasing Vectron

Martin Baumann
 

528 is already MOSEL


Re: SBB-CI/Süd Leasing Vectron

csipromo
 

I wonder if 193 534 will be "INN", "MOSEL", "ISAR" or maybe "THUR"?


Re: SBB-CI/Süd Leasing Vectron

Martin Baumann
 

193 533 RHONE


Re: More remaining SBB tractors?

DENIS WELLER
 

Thank you Martin

Interesting information

best regards

Denis

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Re: More remaining SBB tractors?

Martin Baumann
 

262 is long since scrapped, withdrawn 24.03.2003

635 is used by SBB Infra at Rangierbahnhof Limmatal (RBL) near Zürich

816 is used by Biel works as an internal shunter


Re: More remaining SBB tractors?

DENIS WELLER
 

Thanks Marcus, for the information and the link to the rolling stock register

best regards

Denis


Re: More remaining SBB tractors?

Guerbetaler
 

Am 03.05.2020 um 09:25 schrieb DENIS WELLER:
Further to the interesting info about 144 etc, if possible I would
like to know if 262, 230635, and 230816 are still with SBB, and if
not when were they sold, or scrapped?
98 85 5230 635-5 CH-SBBI
98 85 5230 816-1 CH-SBB
can be found on rollingstockregister.ch as "in service".

I have no idea where 262 might be.

Markus, Gürbetal


More remaining SBB tractors?

DENIS WELLER
 

Further to the interesting info about 144 etc, if possible I would like to know if 262, 230635, and 230816 are still with SBB, and if not when were they sold, or scrapped?

thanks in advance

Denis Weller


Re: Remaining tractors

Martin Baumann
 

144 still in service, SBB-P Geneva

265 withdrawn 02.11.2012

268 withdrawn 00.04.2018

284 still in service, Biel workshops

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