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Swiss Diesel Multiple Units

Welcome to the Swiss Diesel Multiple Units page! There are also pages for the Electric Multiple Units, Electric Locos and Diesel Locos.

DB Br 641 at Basel Switzerland
   A DB whale Br 641 visits Basel in Switzerland years ago in 2002. Picture by Ilkka Siissalo.

Swiss Diesel MU types:
BLS: * GTW 2/6 *
SBB/CFF: * C123 *



Created for 4rail.net by John McKey, Ilkka Siissalo and Andreas Ehnberg. Pictures by Ilkka Siissalo, Sanna Siissalo, Hannu Peltola, Nick Slocombe, Andreas Ehnberg and John McKey.




SBB Crocodile ce6-8 II from Erstfeld Switzerland
Swiss RR Gallery Pages have over thousand pictures from the heart of the mountains.

SBB Cargo Re 10/10 in Muttenz Switzerland
For the Swiss rolling stock see pages for Electric Locos, Diesel Locos, Electric Multiple Units and Diesel Multiple Units.

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  GTW 2/6 of BLS
BLS GTW2/6 in Bern, Switzerland
Picture above: The Stadler GTW 2/6 in in outer appearance very similar to the same companys Flirt product line. Here seen in Bern the BLS GTW 2/6 (3 modules out of which the one in the middle is a dedicated power module) in on the way to Rosshausern, Switzerladn. Picture by Ilkka Siissalo.


The Stadler GTW 2/6 and 2/8 product lines have been very popular among the commuter transportation providers when the only option is to use diesel power.


Technical details for the GTW 2/6
-> will be added soon.




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