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Grindelwald - Wengernalpbahn 2
Switzerland
Late in automn I walked from Grindelwald to Wengen crossing the Kleine Scheidegg, more or less following the Grindelwald - Wengernalpbahn.
On this panorama you can see a train on the left side going up to Kleine Scheidegg. Next stop will be Brandegg. From here you can see across the sunlit Grindelwald.

You find more information about the gauge rack railway line in

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wengernalpbahn

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Copyright: Fritz hanke
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Resolution: 10156x5078
Caricate: 04/11/2012
Aggiornato: 07/07/2014
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Tags: jungfraujoch; eiger; eiger north face; grindelwald; kleine scheidegg.wengen; lauterbrunnen; bernese oberland; swiss; switzerland; alps; mountains; kleine scheidegg; wengen
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