"Tramway Leger de la Riviera" - front and middle sections.
The articulated middle section contains all electronics and electromechanical control equipment, as well as the pantograph. Current timetable (Ref. 113) shows two trains in the morning, one at lunch time and two in the evening. This timetable is obviously oriented towards commuter and school traffic.
Update 06/2001: This service has been discontinued on May 27th, 2000. According to Rail Info Switzerland site: " The main reason was the good bus connections and the long distances to the railway station. Some trains were running without any passenger. "
Zweisimmen train on departure - track 6.
MGN (Montreux-Glion-Naye) and MOB sidings.
On the right is the new realigned track going upward towards Zweisimmen. Middle is the Crystal Panoramic Express pilot coach, designed by Pininfarina. Alongside is 80cm track sidings with 30x series MGN double electric motor coach. On the left, on the former site of the MGN tunnel, a new siding embedded in the platform has been created without Abt rack rail (the little wagon has certainly been shunted using human power...).
MGN 201 motor coach and GN15 wagon
Former Glion-Naye motor coach, built in 1938 for the Glion-Naye electrification, is still in use for normal weekday services to Glion, Caux and Rocher de Naye.