List of railway companies in Switzerland

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Standard gauge[edit]

The following is a complete list of all standard gauge railway companies which operate routes on Swiss territory. It also includes routes of foreign railway companies (e.g. Deutsche Bahn), but not routes of Swiss companies in neighbouring countries.

Not included are railway companies which do not operate their own routes (e.g. Cisalpino, Hupac or the former Lokoop) as well as operators of short connecting goods lines.

If there is no abbreviation shown, it means that this company always appears with its full name.

Companies in operation today (standard gauge)[edit]

Company Abbreviation Since Notes
Appenzeller Bahnen AB 2006 Merger of Appenzeller Bahnen, Trogenerbahn (both meter gauge), Rorschach-Heiden-Bahn (rack, full interchange) and Rheineck-Walzenhausen-Bahn (1,200 mm/​3 ft 11 14 in)
BDWM Transport AG BDWM 1997 Merger of Bremgarten-Dietikon-Bahn and Wohlen-Meisterschwanden-Bahn, narrow gauge passenger traffic, standard gauge for freight: Wohlen - Villmergen and Wohlen - Bremgarten West (dual gauge, still owned by SBB)
BLS AG BLS 2006 Merger of BLS Lötschbergbahn and Regionalverkehr Mittelland AG
Chemin de fer de l'Etat de Genève CFEG 1888 Genève-Eaux-Vives - Annemasse, leased to SNCF
Chemins de fer du Jura CJ 1944 Mostly narrow gauge
Chemin de fer Vevey-Chexbres VCh 1904 Route leased to SBB
Dampfbahn-Verein Zürcher Oberland DVZO 2000 Bäretswil-Bauma, heritage railway operating since 1978
Deutsche Bahn DB AG 1994 Operates railway lines around Schaffhausen and Basel, owned by the German state
Ferrovie dello Stato (Now Known as Trenitalia) FS 1992 Passenger services: Trenitalia; only a few meters into Switzerland at Chiasso
Hafenbahn des Kanton Basel-Stadt HBS 1924 Basel-Kleinhüningen, goods traffic only
Hafenbahn des Kanton Basel-Landschaft HBL 1940 Birsfelden-Au, goods traffic only
Kriens-Luzern-Bahn KLB 1886 Passenger service discontinued, goods traffic only, all operations to cease by 31 Dec 2009, standard gauge connection to Horw to Zentralbahn
Métro Lausanne-Ouchy LO 1877 Funicular before 1958, being converted to rubber-tyred automatic metro
Oensingen-Balsthal-Bahn OeBB 1899
Österreichische Bundesbahnen ÖBB 1947 from the Rhine bridges to Buchs and St. Margrethen
Rigi-Bahnen RB 1992 Rack railway, very restricted interchange
SBB-CFF-FFS SBB CFF FFS 1902 Company since 1999, fully owned by the Swiss Confederation
Sensetalbahn STB 1904
Schweizerische Südostbahn AG SOB 2001 Merger
Sihltal Zürich Uetliberg Bahn SZU 1973
Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français SNCF 1938 train services to Basel and Geneva, no tracks owned
Sursee-Triengen-Bahn ST 1912 Passenger service discontinued, goods traffic only
Tramway du sud-ouest lausannois TSOL 1991 Tramway, restricted interchange
THURBO 2002 90% Subsidiary of SBB
Transports de Martigny et Régions TMR 2001 Partly narrow gauge
Transports publics Fribourgeois TPF 2000 Partly narrow gauge
Transports Régionaux Neuchâtelois TRN 1999 Partly narrow gauge
Transports Vallée de Joux - Yverdon-les-Bains - Ste-Croix TRAVYS 2001 Partly narrow gauge

All companies[edit]

Company Abbreviation From Until Notes

AlpTransit Gotthard

ATG 1998 building company, subsidiary of SBB, no public railway tracks currently

BLS AG

BLS 2006
BLS Lötschbergbahn
BLS 1996
Bern-Lötschberg-Simplon-Bahn
BLS 1907 1996
Spiez-Frutigen-Bahn
SFB 1901 1906
Thunerseebahn
TSB 1893 1912
Bödelibahn
BB 1872 1900
Bern-Neuenburg-Bahn
BN 1901 1996
Gürbetal-Bern-Schwarzenburg-Bahn
GBS 1944 1996
Bern-Schwarzenburg-Bahn
BSB 1907 1943
Gürbetalbahn
GTB 1901 1943
Spiez-Erlach-Zweisimmen-Bahn
SEZ 1942 1996 Also known as Simmentalbahn
Erlenbach-Zweisimmen-Bahn
EZB 1902 1941
Spiez-Erlenbach-Bahn
SEB 1897 1941
Regionalverkehr Mittelland AG
RM 1997 2006
Emmental-Burgdorf-Thun-Bahn
EBT 1942 1996
Burgdorf-Thun-Bahn
BTB 1899 1941
Emmentalbahn
EB 1875 1941
Schweizerische Centralbahn
SCB (1876) (1883) Section Solothurn-Biberist EBT
Solothurn-Münster Bahn
SMB 1908 1996
Vereinigte Huttwil-Bahnen
VHB 1944 1996
Huttwil-Wolhusen-Bahn
HWB 1895 1943
Langenthal-Huttwil-Bahn
LHB 1927 1943
Langenthal-Huttwil-Bahn
LHB 1889 1926
Huttwil-Eriswil-Bahn
HEB 1915 1926
Ramsei-Sumiswald-Huttwil-Bahn
RSHB 1908 1943

Chemin de fer de l'Etat de Genève

CFEG 1888 Genève-Eaux-Vives - Annemasse, leased to SNCF

Chemins de fer du Jura

CJ 1944 partly narrow gauge
Régional Porrentruy-Bonfol
RPB 1901 1943
Régional Saignelégier-Glovelier
RSG 1904 1943 Narrow gauge since 1953

Chemin de fer Vevey-Chexbres

VCh 1904 Route leased to SBB

Dampfbahn-Verein Zürcher Oberland

DVZO 2000 Bäretswil-Bauma, heritage railway operating since 1978
SBB-CFF-FFS
SBB 1947 (2000) Bäretswil-Bauma, transferred to DVZO in 2000
Uerikon-Bauma-Bahn
UeBB 1901 1948

Deutsche Bahn

DB AG 1994 Around Schaffhausen and Basel, tracks owned by the German state
Deutsche Bundesbahn
DB 1952 1994
Betriebsvereinigung der Südwestdeutschen Eisenbahnen
SWDE 1948 1952 Under sequestration
Deutsche Eisenbahn-Strecken in der Schweiz
DR 1945 1948 Under sequestration
Deutsche Reichsbahn
DRB 1937 1945
Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft
DRG 1924 1937
Deutsche Reichseisenbahnen
1920 1924
Großherzoglich Badische Staatseisenbahnen
BadStB 1855 1920
Wiesentalbahn
1862 1889 Integrated into BadStB in 1889

Ferrovie dello Stato

FS 1992 Passenger services: Trenitalia
Ente Ferrovie dello Stato
FS 1905 1991
Strade ferrate meridionali
SFM 1885 1905
Società ferroviaria dell'Alta Italia
SFAI 1876 1885

Hafenbahn des Kanton Basel-Stadt

HBS 1924 Basel-Kleinhüningen, goods traffic only

Hafenbahn des Kanton Basel-Landschaft

HBL 1940 Birsfelden-Au, goods traffic only

Kriens-Luzern-Bahn

KLB 1886 Passenger service discontinued, goods traffic only

Métro Lausanne-Ouchy

LO 1877 Funicular before 1958

Oensingen-Balsthal-Bahn

OeBB 1899

Österreichische Bundesbahnen

ÖBB 1947 Around Buchs and St. Margrethen
Österreichische Staatseisenbahnen
ÖStB 1945 1947
Deutsche Eisenbahn-Strecken in der Schweiz
DR 1945 1945 Under sequestration
Deutsche Reichsbahn
DR 1938 1945
Bundesbahnen Österreichs
BBÖ 1921 1938
Österreichische Staatsbahnen
ÖStB 1919 1921
Kaiserlich-königliche österreichische Staatsbahnen
KKÖStB 1885 1919
Vorarlbergerbahn
VB 1872 1885

Rigi-Bahnen

RB 1992
Arth-Rigi-Bahn
ARB 1873 1992
Vitznau-Rigi-Bahn
VRB 1969 1992 Change of name
Rigibahn
RB 1871 1969

Rorschach-Heiden-Bahn

RHB 1875 2006 Merged with Appenzeller Bahnen in 2006

SBB-CFF-FFS

SBB CFF FFS 1902
Aargauische Südbahn
AS 1874 1901
Bötzbergbahn
1875 1902
Genève-La Plaine
1894 1912
Paris-Lyon-Méditerranée
PLM 1862 (1894)
Lyon-Genève
LG 1858 1862
Gotthardbahn
GB 1874 1909
Jura neuchâtelois
JN 1886 1913
Jura-Bern-Lucerne-Bahn
JBL 1884 (1886) Neuchâtel-Le Locle Col des Roches
Chemin de fer Jura-Simplon
JS 1890 1903
Jura-Bern-Lucerne-Bahn
JBL 1884 1889 Neuchâtel-Le Locle Col des Roches to JN in 1886
Bern-Luzern-Bahn
BLB 1875 1884
Bernische Staatsbahn
BSB 1861 (1875) Gümligen-Langnau
Schweizerische Ostwestbahn
1860 1861
Jura bernois
JB 1874 1884
Jura industriel
JI 1857 1875
Porrentruy-Delle
PD 1872 1876
Bernische Staatsbahn
BSB 1861 1877 Gümligen-Langnau to BLB in 1875
Schweizerische Ostwestbahn
1860 1861
Chemin de fer Pont-Vallorbe
PV 1886 1890
Suisse Occidentale-Simplon
SOS 1881 1889
Suisse-Occidentale
SO 1872 1881
Franco-Suisse
FS 1859 1871
Lausanne-Fribourg-Berne
LFB 1858 1871
Genève-Versoix
GV 1858 1858
Ouest Suisse
OS 1855 1871
Jougne-Eclépens
JE 1870 1876
Simplon
S 1874 1881
Ligne d'italie
LI 1859 1874
Schweizerische Centralbahn
SCB 1854 1901
Chemins de fer de l'Est
EST 1854 1872 Section Basel-St. Johann-Grenze
Strasbourg-Bâle
1844 1854
Schweizerische Nordostbahn
NOB 1853 (1881) Section Suhr-Zofingen
Schweizerische Nordostbahn
NOB 1853 1902 Suhr-Zofingen to SCB in 1881
Sulgen-Gossau (Bischofszellerbahn)
SG 1876 1885
Bülach-Regensberg-Bahn
BR 1865 1876
Effretikon-Wetzikon-Hinwil-Bahn
EH 1876 1885
Schweizerische Nordbahn
1847 1853 First railway company of Switzerland
Schweizerische Nationalbahn
SNB 1875 1880
Zürich-Zug-Luzern-Bahn
ZZL 1864 1891
Seetalbahn
STB 1883 1922 original spelling Seethalbahn
Toggenburgerbahn
TB 1870 1902
Tösstalbahn
TTB 1875 1917
Uerikon-Bauma-Bahn
UeBB 1901 1948
Vereinigte Schweizerbahnen
VSB 1857 1902
Glatttalbahn
1856 1857
Sankt-Gallisch-Appenzellischen Eisenbahn
1855 1857
Schweizerische Südostbahn
1853 1857 Not to be confused with today's SOB
Wald-Rüti-Bahn
WR 1876 1902
Wohlen-Bremgarten
WB 1876 1901 line leased to Bremgarten-Dietikon-Bahn in 1912, dual gauge

Schweizerische Südostbahn AG

SOB 2001 Fusion
Bodensee-Toggenburg-Bahn
BT 1910 2000
Schweizerische Südostbahn
SOB 1890 2000
Wädenswil-Einsiedeln-Bahn
WE 1877 1889
Zürichsee-Gotthardbahn
ZGB 1878 1889

Sensetalbahn

STB 1904

Sihltal Zürich Uetliberg Bahn

SZU 1973
Sihltalbahn
SiTB 1892 1972
Bahngesellschaft Zürich-Üetliberg
BZUe 1922 1972 Change of name after bankruptcy of earlier company[1]
Uetlibergbahn-Gesellschaft
UeB 1875 1922

Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français

SNCF 1938 Around Basel and Geneva
Alsace-Lorraine
AL 1918 1938
Reichseisenbahn Elsaß-Lothringen
EL 1872 1918
Chemins de fer de l'Est
EST 1854 1872
Strasbourg-Bâle
1844 1854
Paris-Lyon-Méditerranée
PLM 1862 1938
Lyon-Genève
LG 1858 1862

Sursee-Triengen-Bahn

ST 1912 Passenger service discontinued, goods traffic only

Tramway du sud-ouest lausannois

TOSL 1991

THURBO

2002 Subsidiary of SBB
Mittelthurgau-Bahn
MThB 1911 2002
SBB-CFF-FFS
SBB CFF FFS (1902) (2002) Regional services in north-eastern Switzerland

Transports de Martigny et Régions

TMR 2001 Partly narrow gauge
Chemin de fer Martigny-Orsières-Le Châble
MO 1910 2001

Transports publics Fribourgeois

TPF 2000 Partly narrow gauge
Chemins de fer Fribourgeois Gruyère-Fribourg-Morat
GFM 1942 2000 Partly narrow gauge
Chemin de fer Bulle-Romont
BR 1868 1941
Chemin de fer Fribourg-Morat-Anet
FMA 1903 1941
Fribourg-Morat
FM 1898 1903

Transports Régionaux Neuchâtelois

TRN 1999 Partly narrow gauge
Chemin de fer Régional du Val-de-Travers
RVT 1883 1998

Transports Vallée de Joux - Yverdon-les-Bains - Ste-Croix

TRAVYS 2001
Chemin de fer Orbe-Chavornay
OC 1894 2000
Chemin de fer Pont-Brassus
PBr 1899 2000

Wohlen-Meisterschwanden-Bahn

WM 1916 1997 † merged with BD to
BDWM Transport AG on 31 May 1997

Narrow gauge[edit]

All companies[edit]

Company Abbreviations From Until Notes

Appenzeller Bahnen AG

AB 1988
Appenzellerbahn
AB 1885 1988
Appenzell-Weissbad-Wasserauen Bahn
AWW 1940 1947 Name change
Säntis-Bahn
SB 1912 1939
Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Localbahnen
SLB 1875 1885
Elektrische Bahn St. Gallen - Gais - Appenzell
SGA 1947 1988
Altstätten-Gais-Bahn
AG 1911 1947
Elektrische Bahn St. Gallen - Gais - Appenzell
SGA 1931 1947
Appenzeller-Strassenbahn-Gesellschaft
ASt 1889 1931
Trogenerbahn
TB 1903
Verkehrsbetriebe der Stadt St. Gallen
VBSG 1950 1957 Tramway discontinued, section to TB
Trambahn der Stadt St. Gallen
TrStG 1897 1950 † 1 October 1957
Rorschach-Heiden-Bahn
RHB 1875 2006 Standard gauge
Bergbahn Rheineck-Walzenhausen
RhW 1896 1,200 mm (47.2 in) gauge, now part of Appenzeller Bahnen AG

Aare Seeland mobil

ASm 1999 Merger
Biel–Täuffelen–Ins-Bahn
BTI 1945 1999
Seeländische Lokalbahnen
SLB 1916 1945
Regionalverkehr Oberaargau
RVO 1990 1999
Oberaargau-Jura Bahn
OJB 1958 1990
Langenthal-Jura Bahn
LJB 1907 1958
Langenthal-Melchnau Bahn
LMB 1917 1958
Solothurn-Niederbipp Bahn
SNB 1918 1999

Chemin de fer Bière-Apples-Morges

BAM 1895
Chemin de fer Apples-L'Isle
AL 1896 1899

Museumsbahn Blonay-Chamby

BC 1968
Chemins de fer électriques Veveysans
CEV 1902 (1968) Blonay-Chamby to BC in 1968

BDWM Transport AG

BDWM 2000 Merger with WM
Bremgarten-Dietikon-Bahn
BD 1902 2000

Bergbahn Lauterbrunnen-Mürren

BLM 1891

Baselland Transport AG

BLT 1974
Birseckbahn
BEB 1902 1974
Birsigtalbahn
BTB 1887 1974
Basellandschaftliche Ueberlandbahn
BUeB 1921 1974
Trambahn Basel-Aesch
TBA 1907 1974

Biel-Meinisberg Bahn

BMB 1913 1940 † 30 June 1940

Berner Oberland Bahn

BOB 1890
Schynige Platte-Bahn
SPB 1893 1895

Brienz-Rothorn-Bahn

BRB 1892

Chemins de fer du Jura

CJ 1944
Chemin de fer Tavannes-Le Noirmont
CTN 1927 1943
Chemin de fer Tramelan-Les Breuleux-Le Noirmont
TBN 1913 1927
Chemin de fer Tavannes-Tramelan
TT 1884 1927
Régional Saignelégier-Glovelier
RSG 1904 1943 Standard gauge before 1953
Chemin de fer Saignelégier-La Chaux-de-Fonds
SC 1892 1943

Clarens-Chailly-Blonay

CCB 1911 1955

Dampfbahn Furka-Bergstrecke

DFB 1987
Furka Oberalp Bahn
FO 1925 (1987) Section Gletsch-Furka
Furka Oberalp Bahn
FO 1925 (1989) Section Furka-Realp

Ferrovie Autolinee Regionali Ticinesi

FART 1961 Change of name
Ferrovie regionali ticinesi
FRT 1923 1961 Centovalli Railway
Locarno - Ponte Brolla - Bignasco
LPB 1907 1948 Maggia Valley Railway † 29 November 1965
Società tramvie elettriche locarnesi
STL 1908 1922 Tramway Locarno † 30 April 1960

Forchbahn

FB 1912

Ferrovia Lugano-Cadro-Dino

LCD 1911 1970

Ferrovia Lugano-Ponte Tresa

FLP 1912

Ferrovia Lugano-Tesserete

LT 1909 1967

Ferrovia Biasca-Acquarossa

BA 1911 1973

Ferrovia Mesolcinese

FM 2003 Heritage railway (since 1995)
Rhätische Bahn
RhB 1895 (2003) Castione-Cama to Ferrovia Mesolcinese
Societa Ferrovia elettrica Bellinzona-Mesocco
BM 1907 1941 Bellinzona-Castione
-Cama-Mesocco

Frauenfeld-Wil-Bahn

FW 1887

Gornergrat-Monte Rosa-Bahnen

GGB 1997 Change of name
Gornergrat-Bahn
GGB 1889 1997

Jungfraubahn

JB 1898

Chemin de fer Lausanne-Echallens-Bercher

LEB 1913
Central Vaudois
CV 1889 1912
Chemin de fer Lausanne-Echallens
LE 1873 1912

Leuk-Leukerbad-Bahn

LLB 1915 1967 † 27. Mai 1967

Matterhorn-Gotthard-Bahn

MGB 2003 Fusion
BVZ Zermatt-Bahn
BVZ 1991 2002 Change of name
Brig-Visp-Zermatt-Bahn
BVZ 1961 1991 Change of name
Visp-Zermatt-Bahn
VZ 1890 1961, now BVZ Zermatt-Bahn
Furka Oberalp Bahn
FO 1925 2002
Brig-Furka-Disentis-Bahn
BFD 1915 1925
Schöllenenbahn
SchB 1917 1961

Meiringen-Innertkirchen Bahn

MIB 1946 Change of name
Kraftwerke Oberhasli
KWO 1926 1946

Ferrovia Monte Generoso

MG 1890 Owned by the Migros group

Montreux-Oberland Bernois-Bahn

MOB 1901

Transports Montreux-Vevey-Riviera

MVR 2001 Merger
Chemins de fer électriques Veveysans
CEV 1902 2001 Partial discontinuations
Chemin de fer Montreux-Territet-Glion-Rochers-de-Naye
MTGN 1992 2001
Chemin de fer de Montreux-Glion-Rochers-de-Naye
MGN 1987 1991
Chemin de fer Glion-Rochers-de-Naye
GN 1892 1986
Chemin de fer Montreux-Glion
MGl 1909 1986
Chemin de fer funiculaire Territet-Glion
TG 1883 1991

Nyon-St-Cergue-Morez

NStCM 1916 End of the line in La Cure (Swiss-French border) since 1958

Pilatusbahn

PB 1889

Regionalverkehr Bern-Solothurn

RBS 1984
Solothurn-Zollikofen-Bern Bahn
SZB 1922 1983
Bern-Zollikofen Bahn
BZB 1912 1921
Elektrische Schmalspurbahn Solothurn-Bern
ESB 1916 1921
Vereinigte Bern-Worb Bahnen
VBW 1927 1983
Bern-Worb Bahn
BWB 1907 1926
Bern-Muri-Gümligen-Worb Bahn
BMGWB 1898 1907
Worblentalbahn
WT 1913 1926

Rhätische Bahn

RhB 1895
Bernina-Bahngesellschaft
BB 1908 1942
Societa Ferrovia elettrica Bellinzona-Mesocco
BM 1907 1941 † 27. Mai 1972 Bellinzona-Castione
† 9 December 1979 Cama-Mesocco
Remainder to Ferrovia Mesolcinese in 2003
Chur-Arosa-Bahn
ChA 1914 1941
Landquart-Davos-Bahn
LD 1889 1895

Rigi-Scheidegg-Bahn

RSB 1874 1931 † 31 December 1942

Sernftalbahn

SeTB 1905 1969 † 31. Mai 1969

Società subalpina di imprese ferroviarie

SSIF (1912) Joint operation with FART

Trait-Planches

TP 1898 1912 † 11 November 1912

Transports de Martigny et Régions

TMR 2001 Partly standard gauge
Chemin de Fer de Martigny au Châtelard
MC 1906 2001

Transports Publics du Chablais

TPC 1977 Collaboration
Chemin de fer Aigle-Leysin
AL 1900
Chemin de fer Aigle-Ollon-Monthey-Champery
AOMC 1946
Chemin de fer Aigle-Ollon-Monthey
AOM 1907 1945
Chemin de fer Monthey-Champéry-Morgins
MCM 1908 1945
Chemin de fer Aigle-Sepey-Diablerets
ASD 1913
Chemin de fer Bex-Villars-Bretaye
BVB 1943
Chemin de fer Bex-Gryon-Villars-Chesière
BGVC 1906 1942
Chemin de fer Bex-Gryon-Villars
BGV 1898 1906
Chemin de fer Villars-Bretaye
VB 1913 1942

Transports publics Fribourgeois

TPF 2000 Partly standard gauge
Chemins de fer Fribourgeois Gruyère-Fribourg-Morat
GFM 1942 2000 Partly standard gauge
Chemins de fer électriques de la Gruyère
CEG 1903 1941
Chemin de fer Châtel-St-Denis-Bulle-Montbovon
CBM
Chemin de fer Châtel-St-Denis-Palézieux
CP 1901 1907

Transports Vallée de Joux - Yverdon-les-Bains - Ste-Croix

TRAVYS 2001 Partly standard gauge
Chemin de fer Yverdon - Ste-Croix
YSteC 1893 2000

Transports Régionaux Neuchâtelois

TRN 1999 Partly standard gauge

Uster-Oetwil Bahn

UOe 1909 1949 † 1 October 1949

Wengernalpbahn

WAB 1893

Waldenburgerbahn[1]

WB 1880

Wetzikon-Meilen Bahn

WMB 1903 1950 † 13 May 1950

Wynental- und Suhrentalbahn

WSB 1957 Marketing name since 2002:
AAR bus+bahn
Aarau-Schöftland Bahn
AS 1901 1956
Wynentalbahn
WTB 1904 1956

Zentralbahn

ZB 2005 Merger
Luzern-Stans-Engelberg-Bahn
LSE 1964 2005
Stansstad-Engelberg-Bahn
StEB 1898 1964
SBB Brünig
SBB (1903) (2005) Interlaken-Luzern since 1914
Jura-Simplon-Bahn
JS 1890 1903 Brienz-Luzern
Jura-Bern-Lucerne-Bahn
JBL (1888) 1889 Brienz-Alpnachstad

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Tramways[edit]

Company Abbreviation From Until Notes

Verkehrsbetriebe Zürich

VBZ 1950 Change of name
Städtische Strassenbahn Zürich
StStZ 1896 1950
Zürcher Strassenbahn Gesellschaft
(ZStG) 1882 1896
Elektrische Strassenbahn Zürich
EStZ 1894 1896
Industriequartier-Strassenbahn Zürich
ISZ 1898 1902
Zentrale Zürichbergbahn Zürich
ZZB 1895 1905
Strassenbahn Zürich-Höngg
StZH 1898 1923
Albisgütli-Bahn
AGB 1907 1925
Strassenbahn Zürich-Oerlikon-Seebach
ZOeS 1897 1931
Limmattal-Strassenbahn
LSB 1900 1931

Closed or merged[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Geschichte der Uetlibergbahn" [History of the Uetlibergbahn] (PDF) (in German). SZU. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 

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