Le Bavaria était un train reliant München à Zürich. Il tient son nom du nom latin de la Bavière ↑ Wiki allemand↑ TEE page 24

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  • Le Bavaria était un train reliant München à Zürich. Il tient son nom du nom latin de la Bavière
  • The Bavaria was an express train that linked München Hbf in Munich, Germany, with Zürich HB in Zurich, Switzerland. Introduced in the 1950s, it ran through to Geneva (Cornavin station) until 1969, when it was cut back to Zurich. The train was named on the basis that Bavaria is the Latin equivalent to the German word Bayern, the official name of the federal state of Bavaria, of which Munich is the capital. It was operated by the Deutsche Bundesbahn / Deutsche Bahn (DB) and the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB-CFF-FFS). The route also included a single stop in Austria, at Bregenz. The 24 km (15 mi) section between Lindau, Germany, and St. Margrethen, Switzerland, is located mostly in Austria, but Swiss locomotives hauled the train over this section, most of which is part of the Vorarlberg line of Austrian Federal Railways.Originally and for several years, the Bavaria was a two-class Schnellzug (D), running Munich – Zurich – Bern – Geneva. As of 1963, the train was carrying a full restaurant car on the Munich – Lindau and St. Margrethen – Geneva portions, but by 1968 the dining car on the German portion had been replaced by a buffet car.In 1969, the Bavaria was upgraded to a first-class-only Trans Europ Express (TEE), but the route was shortened in Switzerland, with the western terminus moved to Zurich. The TEE carried a restaurant car over the full route, Munich – Zurich, with service being provided by the Swiss Restaurant Car Company.On 22 May 1977, the Bavaria reverted to being a two-class Schnellzug. Seven years later, effective 3 June 1984, it was reclassified as an InterCity (IC) train, and on 31 May 1987, it was included in the then-new EuroCity (EC) network. It ceased to be a named train at the end of 2002.On 9 February 1971, the Bavaria was involved in a serious derailment and collision in Aitrang, Bavaria, in which the train formation (consist) was destroyed, and 28 people lost their lives.
  • Der Bavaria war ein Fernzug, der von 1954 bis 1969 als D-Zug zwischen München und Genf und von 1969 bis 2002 zwischen München und Zürich verkehrte. Von 1969 bis 1977 fuhr er als Trans-Europ-Express (TEE), danach als D-Zug, InterCity und Eurocity.
  • Bavaria era il nome di una relazione ferroviaria Trans Europ Express che collegava Monaco di Baviera, in Germania, con la Svizzera.
  • De Bavaria is een internationale trein op het traject München - Zürich. De Bavaria is vernoemd naar de Duitse deelstaat Beieren.
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  • Le Bavaria était un train reliant München à Zürich. Il tient son nom du nom latin de la Bavière ↑ Wiki allemand↑ TEE page 24
  • Der Bavaria war ein Fernzug, der von 1954 bis 1969 als D-Zug zwischen München und Genf und von 1969 bis 2002 zwischen München und Zürich verkehrte. Von 1969 bis 1977 fuhr er als Trans-Europ-Express (TEE), danach als D-Zug, InterCity und Eurocity.
  • Bavaria era il nome di una relazione ferroviaria Trans Europ Express che collegava Monaco di Baviera, in Germania, con la Svizzera.
  • De Bavaria is een internationale trein op het traject München - Zürich. De Bavaria is vernoemd naar de Duitse deelstaat Beieren.
  • The Bavaria was an express train that linked München Hbf in Munich, Germany, with Zürich HB in Zurich, Switzerland. Introduced in the 1950s, it ran through to Geneva (Cornavin station) until 1969, when it was cut back to Zurich. The train was named on the basis that Bavaria is the Latin equivalent to the German word Bayern, the official name of the federal state of Bavaria, of which Munich is the capital.
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  • TEE Bavaria
  • Bavaria (Zug)
  • Bavaria (train)
  • Bavaria (trein)
  • TEE Bavaria
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