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Re: RhB Capricorns

David Prior
 

trains 1067, 1857, 1860
starting 19:20 in Landquart
And for completeness is booked for 3111.

Tomorrow’s more traditional option - shall we say - would be 702 working 1323 08:20 Landquart-St.Moritz and 1334 10:47 return.

3114 + 3116 look to be on test runs between Felsberg-Küblis.


Re: RhB Capricorns

Guerbetaler
 

Am 16.06.2020 um 22:13 schrieb Robin Jorimann:
The first Capricorns (RTZ) will start commercial service tomorrow.
Do you happen to know on what service?
trains 1067, 1857, 1860
starting 19:20 in Landquart

Thursday Davos - Filisur and Davos - Klosters Platz

Markus, Gürbetal


Re: RhB Capricorns

Robin Jorimann
 

The first Capricorns (RTZ) will start commercial service tomorrow.
Do you happen to know on what service?
Thank you


RhB Capricorns

Guerbetaler
 

The first Capricorns (RTZ) will start commercial service tomorrow.
Markus, Gürbetal


Re: Swiss Train Codes Query

Ewan Tait
 

On 15 Jun 2020, at 09:13, Don <dongatehouse@gmail.com> wrote:
So, does anyone have access to a full up to date list of SBB Train Codes that can be shared, please?
Don,

https://company.sbb.ch/content/dam/internet/corporate/de/sbb-als-geschaeftspartner/flotte-unterhalt/onestopshop/bezeichnung_der_zuege_2020.pdf.sbbdownload.pdf

Regards,
Ewan

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Swiss Train Codes Query

Don
 

A number of years ago, I was copied with a list of Swiss Train codes that provided useful details of each train category for the types of train in operation at that time. For example, National Freight [Trunk] codes were 50000-55999, Block rains 70000-75999, Cargo Express 90000-90499. Train Codes can be/are revised as train categories are changed/rebranded, especially for freight traffic as a study of the SBB Graphic Charts will confirm. So, does anyone have access to a full up to date list of SBB Train Codes that can be shared, please?
TIA
Don


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Re: mixed gauge Golden Pass (was Re: [SwissRail] BLS Re 4/4)

Guerbetaler
 

Am 08.06.2020 um 22:23 schrieb gordonwis via groups.io:
I haven't researched it so this is just guesswork, but I bet one
proposal was a tunnel from the Wimmis area under Spiez station
exiting below Faulensee station - where the lie of the land would
provide an ideal exit point.
That would have required a tunnel of more than 2 km. It would have made a 200m-or-more-CHF-project of it. I haven't seen such a proposal. But it was seen as necessary that the meter gauge trains would enter track 1 in Spiez coming from Zweisimmen, requiring an underpass under the Spiez - Thun line. All the necessary work summed up to around 100m.

Markus, Gürbetal


mixed gauge Golden Pass (was Re: [SwissRail] BLS Re 4/4)

gordonwis
 

On Monday, 8 June 2020, 19:13:10 BST, Guerbetaler <guerbetaler@sunrise.ch> wrote:
There were good solutions. But not cheap ones...
I haven't researched it so this is just guesswork, but I bet one proposal was a tunnel from the Wimmis area under Spiez station exiting below Faulensee station - where the lie of the land would provide an ideal exit point.


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Re 4/4 III

Martin Baumann
 
Edited

This class is under threat with currently only 9 in traffic and most a long time out of works:

11350 Stored RBL
11351 in traffic last overhaul R2 11.04.2014
11352 stopped 06.2020
11353 stopped 28.03.2019 stored RBL
11354 in traffic last overhaul R2 02.03.2016
11355 withdrawn 12.02.2020
11356 stopped 06.2020 stored RBL
11357 stopped ca 05.2020 currently being used as mobile air source at Chiasso SM
11358 in traffic last overhaul R1 29.07.2014
11359 in traffic last overhaul R1 21.02.2019
11360 stopped 30.12.2018 withdrawn 27.06.2019
11361 stopped 06.2020 stored Full
11362 in traffic last overhaul R2 15.12.2017
11363 stored RBL in stripped condition awating withdrawal
11364 in traffic last overhaul R1 25.01.2013 TK 25.01.2020 so can operate until 25.01.2021 green livery
11365 withdrawn 16.10.2013 collision with DB 185 105 in Basel 27.02.2013
11366 stopped 30.05.2018 stored Full
11367 in traffic last overhaul R2 10.08.2012 TK expires 28.08.2020
11368 in traffic last overhaul R2 29.05.2013 TK 10.04.2020 so can operate until 10.04.2021
11369 stored RBL in stripped condition awating withdrawal
11370 in traffic last overhaul R1 28.08.2014 TK 28.05.2020 so can operate until 28.05.2021


Re: DB ICE 1

Martin Baumann
 

333/278 was 412 023 earlier 372 ex Interlaken was 412 034 so the last ICE-1 working was set 90 on 376 yesterday. (They will of course still work into Basel from Germany but as the modernisation/life extension programme for the ICE-1 gets underway they will lose their authorisation for running beyond there)


Re: DB ICE 1

Martin Baumann
 
Edited

13.06.2020

371 Berlin-Interlaken 412 023 failed at Basel SBB replaced by EW IV pushpull

373 Berlin-Interlaken 412 034 terminated at Bern as relieving driver reportedly not passed on 412

372 from Interlaken 401 081+401 581

278 from Interlaken 401 587+401 584

275 Frankfurt-Interlaken and 376 Interlaken-Frankfurt 401 090+401 590

It is possible that 333 ex Basel and 278 ex Interlaken tomorrow 14.06 will be 401 082+401 582 which finished at Basel off 375 tonight but this is unconfirmed.


Re: DB ICE 1

Gbgen
 

Only the northbound. Southbounds are both ICE4.


Re: DB ICE 1

Martin Baumann
 

401s finish on Interlaken trains tomorrow, 13.06


Re: New RhB EMU sets

Martin Baumann
 

Another 20 units have been ordered taking the total to 56

https://tinyurl.com/y95m5fbt

(German, bahnonline.ch)


Re: BLS Re 4/4

Martin Baumann
 

177 is also withdrawn


SBB Cargo Deutschland Hybrid

Martin Baumann
 

https://railcolornews.com/2018/10/30/ch-lokroll-orders-12-prima-h3-locomotives-for-sbb-cargo/

https://railcolornews.com/2020/06/08/de-sbb-cargo-international-goes-hybrid-h3-for-offenbach-am-main/

https://www.rangierdiesel.de/index.php?nav=1406157&id=119527&action=portrait

The first of the batch of 12 to be leased from Südleasing was handed over on June 5th

90 80 1002 035-6 D-ALS works number H3-00035

The first of the two railcolor articles linked states that they have ETCS and are (will be ?) passed for Switzerland


Re: BLS Re 4/4

Guerbetaler
 

Am 08.06.2020 um 09:33 schrieb Krist van Besien:
but the problem was crossing Spiez, for which they did not manage to
come up with a good solution.
There were good solutions. But not cheap ones...

Markus, Gürbetal


Re: BLS Re 4/4

Krist van Besien
 

On rack railways the coaches have cogs as well (at least one), on order to be able to contribute to braking on the way down. The glacier express coaches have cogs for example.

They did study the option of converting the Zweisimmen - Spiez railway to narrow gauge, and adding a third rail till Interlaken. but the problem was crossing Spies, for which they did not manage to come up with a good solution.

Krist

On Jun 7, 2020, 18:40 +0200, csipromo via groups.io <csipromo=yahoo.com@groups.io>, wrote:
I don't understand your comment on the MOB coach sets. As far as I knew, the Bruenig trains had locomotives with cog equipment and the coaches were simply running on their wheels. Do the coaches also engage the cogs?

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