Klosters (Rhaetian Railway station)
|Klosters station building|
|Line(s)||Landquart - Davos Platz|
|Distance||32.436 km (20.155 mi)
|Elevation||1,191 m (3,907 ft)|
|Opened||9 October 1889|
|Electrified||1 December 1920|
|Line ops||Rhaetian Railway|
|Klosters as shown on the Rhaetian Railway network.|
Westbound, there are two trains per hour towards Lanquart (RE2/RE3/R21), and one train per hour continues through Chur to Disentis/Muster (RE3). Eastbound, there are hourly services to Davos (RE2/R21) and to Scuol-Tarasp (RE3). The hourly express service from Lanquart to Davos is also complemented by an off-peak stopping service along the same route. The station also serves as the central terminus for local bus services.
RE2 runs express services along the Landquart-Davos line. R21 runs stopping services along the same line replacing RE2 services during early mornings and late evenings.
The station currently has three platforms in use (one island platform and one side platform). RE2 trains usually stop at platforms 1 and 3 eastbound and westbound respectively. RE3 trains tend to stop at platform 2 only.
- RE2/R21 - 1tph
- RE3 - 1tph
|Preceding station||Rhätische Bahn||Following station|
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