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Train by Jungfrau mountains in Switzerland

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Werner von Siemens introduced the world to the first electric passenger train in 1879 in Berlin. At the time, the locomotive was driven by a 2.2 kW, series-wound motor, which allowed it to reach a speed of 13 km/h. However, today's more advanced electric passenger trains have more efficient and sophisticated components, allowing the vehicle to reach speeds of 150 km/h and even 200 km/h.

Also, the snowy Jungfrau mountains are famous for their railway and undeniable visual appeal. Essentially, these mountains have the highest accessible point in Europe with a height of up to 3,454m, due to its centennial railway.

And today, they are here - posing just for you ♥
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P.S. What nostalgic memories this brings back.

If this is the train that went from Grindewald to the Jungfrau, I have been on it. There is another one that goes up from Lauterbrunnen. I have been to that area three times, and could go back again, I love it so. But I am now too old. It is indeed gorgeous country. dblay, I agree. with you...I will do any Switzerand puzzle that comes up. Can this puzzle be made bigger...say at least 250 pieces? I like to take lots of time on them.

WOW! What unbelievable scenery.


Spectacular, Magnificent and Beautiful. I could go on and on because I love anything Switzerland but those mountains are unreal and that train is so gorgeous. A dream of mine to have gone to Switzerland but never got to and too late now but I LOVE any and ALL pictures posted that shows the Alps and beautiful things like this train. THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this.

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