zb Zentralbahn AG

ZB, created in 2005, comprises the Luzern-Stans-Engelberg Bahn (25 km) opened in 1898, which links Luzern with resorts in the Engelberg valley, and the Brünig line (Luzern—Interlaken, 74 km) formerly part of SBB. Both have sections worked on the Riggenbach rack system; that on LSE is the steepest conventional railway ...

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