Thun railway station
Thun is a railway station in the town of Thun, in the Swiss canton of Bern. At the station, the Swiss Federal Railways owned Bern to Thun main line makes a junction with the other lines, all owned by the BLS AG. These lines are the Gürbetal line from Bern via Belp, the Burgdorf to Thun line from Burgdorf via Konolfingen, and the Lake Thun line to Spiez and Interlaken.
The station in 2011
|Elevation||595 m (1,952 ft)|
|Owned by||Swiss Federal Railways|
The station also provides an interchange with the local bus network provided by the Verkehrsbetriebe STI. Ships of the BLS-owned fleet on Lake Thun serve a quay at the station, which they access via a navigable stretch of the Aare and the Thun ship canal.
The following services stop at Thun:
- EuroCity / InterCity / Intercity Express (ICE): half-hourly service between Basel SBB and Spiez. Most northbound trains terminate in Basel; a single EuroCity continues to Hamburg-Altona and two ICEs continue to Berlin Ostbahnhof. Most southbound trains continue to Interlaken Ost; one train every two hours continues to Brig.
- EuroCity / InterCity: trains every two hours between Basel SBB and Brig; one train per day continuing from Basel to Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof in Germany. EuroCity trains continue from Brig to Milano Centrale via Domodossola.
- InterCity: hourly service between Romanshorn and Brig.
- RegioExpress/Regio: hourly service between Bern and Zweisimmen or Brig/Domodossola; the train splits at Thun.
- Regio: two trains per hour to Konolfingen, with every other train continuing to Solothurn.
- Bern S-Bahn:
- Media related to Thun railway station at Wikimedia Commons
- Thun railway station – SBB
- Interactive station plan (Thun)
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