VAUD. MONTREUX. Action de F100. red, yellow, black. # 12225. No 1912. The Compagnie du Chemin de fer Glion-Rochers-de-Naye linked the two places in its title, above the Swiss lakeside town of Montreux, and opened in 1892. It still exists. The line uses a rack-and-pinion system, and uses a gauge of 800mm. The Chemin de fer Montreux-Glion, with which it made an end - on junction, opened in 1909. In 1987 the two companies merged to form the Chemin de fer de Montreux-Glion-Rochers-de-Naye. Five years later, 1992, the nearby Chemin de fer funiculaire Territet-Glion joined the club and the company changed its name to Chemin de fer Montreux-Territet-Glion-Rochers-de-Naye. In 2001 MTGN was merged into Transports Montreux-Vevey-Riviera.
Date: 9 December 1949
Startprice: € 30