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As a railroad enthusiast, even as one with a special fondness for the trains and territory of the Rhaetian Railway in Switzerland’s Canton Graubünden, I doubt my stock of adjectives for describing locomotives would ever have included words like succulent or mouth-watering…
Until last October in Chur, that is ;-)
There, in the Hauptbahnhof of Graubünden’s capital, I saw for the first time this Ge 4/4 Series III
locomotive wearing a Werbelok (advertising locomotive) livery for Co-Op markets.
She’ll look even more “appetizing” when she backs up and couples on to her consist of bright red Rhätische Bahn carriages for her trip to St. Moritz.
Photo+Design ©2010/2011 Steve Ember
For more photos of the Rhätische Bahn and its territory, please navigate my “Rhätische Bahn,” “Swiss Alps,” and “Kodachrome!” folders.
s. sabine krause 26/06/2011 10:39…and lecker look! ; )) she looks very appetizing indeed! eat your vegatables, folks, and you'll grow into a powerful human being, in fact, as powerful probably and as energetic as this graubünder "lecker-lok"! keep your eyes open, steve, maybe you'll spot a basil bahn with mozzarella motor next ; ))… greetings, sabine.