Talk:Nyon–St-Cergue–Morez Railway

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why France??????? This is a Swiss railway!!! -- Gürbetaler (talk) 20:51, 6 October 2009 (UTC) Because it used to travel through france????? !!!!!! ???? !!! SwissCanuck (talk) 13:14, 7 March 2013 (UTC)

Which height?[edit]

Three different heights are given for the pass. Which is the correct one? Peter Horn User talk 03:10, 9 March 2013 (UTC)

The 1:25'000 Swisstopo map gives a height of 1,228 m but the sign on the pass indicates 1,232 m (you can see it here). I don't know which one is correct but I'd be more inclined to use the height given by the topographic map (the map is more recent than the sign, hence it's probably more accurate). Now, if we're talking about the railway, the height is at least 2 metres above the road, maybe 4, so 1,232 m could be also correct. I'll see if I can find sources confirming that. ZachG (Talk) 15:01, 9 March 2013 (UTC)