Lüen-Castiel (Rhaetian Railway station)
|Elevation||938 m (3,077 ft)|
|Owned by||Rhaetian Railway|
|Operated by||Rhaetian Railway|
|Line(s)||Chur - Arosa|
|Distance||8.727 km (5.423 mi)
|Opened||12 December 1914|
A short distance to the west of the station, in the direction of Chur, is the Castielertobel Viaduct, which, after the Langwieser Viaduct and the Gründjitobel Viaduct, is the third largest bridge on the Arosa line.
Hourly passenger services operate on this line (service "R4" on the Rhaetian network), between Chur and Arosa. The route is shown as timetable 930 in the Swiss national timetables. Currently passenger trains stop at Lüen-Castiel only on request and the morning/late afternoon express services run in January & February do not call here.
|Preceding station||Rhatische Bahn||Following station|
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