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Swiss Rail at Interlaken Ost - 2013

An afternoon at Interlaken Ost station with the SBB, BLS, ZentralBahn and Berner Oberland Bahn.

Interlaken Ost station, nestled next to lake Brienz, is a main transfer hub in the Bernese Oberland region. The four rail systems that meet here provide access to the main cities of Switzerland, as well as to the Brünig Pass (and Lucerne), Lauterbrunnen Valley and Jungfrau Region.

The SBB and BLS enter Interlaken on a standard guage, single track branch from Spiez. SBB Intercity trains depart Interlaken for Bern/Basel. The BLS operates Regio trains to Spiez as well as RegioExpress and Golden Pass "Panoramic Express" trains to Zweisimmen.

The ZentralBahn (ZB) and Berner Oberland Bahn (BOB) operate narrow gauge systems. The ZB operates Regio and InterRegio trains to Meiringen and Lucerne on the former SBB Brünig line. Among the new brand new EMU trainsets on the ZB, one can still find De110 (formerly Deh 4/6) locomtives from 1941! The BOB operates an eclectic mix of old and new stock consisting of EMUs, coaches and cab cars. Standard practice of the BOB is for double consists (one each for Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen) which are split later for their respective destinations. Trains toward Interlaken are coupled at the same point on their way back.