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Hiking up to the Brienzer Rothorn 7
Switzerland

From a nice hike from Brienz (1857 ft) up to the Brienzer Rothorn (7362 ft). The Brienzer Rothorn cog railway is operated by steam locomotives. Most of the steam locomotives were built after 1970. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brienz_Rothorn_Bahn

Only about ten more minutes to go. The station at the top is about 340 ft below the Brienzer Rothorn. On the panorama you see one of the trains going up to the Brienzer Rothorn. The train runs so slowly so the smoke of the steam engine goes in the same direction as the train.

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Uploaded: 05/11/2012
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