Posts from the ‘Photography of ice and snow’ Category
An unusual location for trainspotting.
Towards Oberalp Pass.
The lighthouse at Oberalp pass in sight. The lighthouse marks the source of the Rhine river.
At the station at Oberalp Pass, 2044 m.s.l.
Back towards Andermatt
On the Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn (MGB) from Andermatt to Sedrun (Switzerland). A train spotter on a roof’s top takes notes.
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Gross (1700 m.s.l.) and Chli Aubrig on the left, behind the Bockmattlipass (1,800 m.s.l.), Vorder Glärnisch (2,300 m.s.l.) and the Glärnisch (2,900 m.s.l.) on the right
The Sustenhorn peak (3,500 m.s.l.)
The Rigi peak (1,800 m.s.l.)
The Säntis massive on the left (2,600 m.s.l.), Mattstock (1,900 m.s.l.) in the center, the Chöpfenberg peak (1,900 m.s.l.) on the right
Pilatus (2,100 m.s.l.) behind Aegerisee.
Pictures shot in Ratenpass. Click each picture to zoom in.
The steepest funicular railway of the world bring you up to Stoos in a few minutes: the slope is 110%, about 47 degrees.
Best way for reaching the valley-station of the railway .
The old railway, now out of business
The ride up to the pea with the new railway
The Mythen peaks just behind the first railway tunnel
The split track in the middle of the run
Pictures shot on the way to and from Stoos, Switzerland. Click each picture to zoom in.