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St. Moritz railway station

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St. Moritz
Wide four-story building with hip roof and clock tower
The station building in 2008
General information
LocationVia Grevas
St. Moritz
Coordinates46°29′52.69207″N 9°50′47.00378″E / 46.4979700194°N 9.8463899389°E / 46.4979700194; 9.8463899389
Elevation1,775 m (5,823 ft)
Owned byRhaetian Railway
Distance100.3 km (62.3 mi) from Landquart[1]
Train operators
ConnectionsPostAuto Schweiz and Engadin Bus [de] buses[2]
Other information
Fare zone10 (Engadin Mobil)[2]
Opened10 July 1904 (1904-07-10)
20183,300 per weekday[3]
Preceding station Rhaetian Railway Following station
Terminus InterRegio
towards Chur
towards Landquart
Limited service
towards Chur
Celerina Staz
towards Tirano
Preceding station Glacier Express Following station
Terminus Glacier Express Samedan
towards Zermatt
St. Moritz is located in Switzerland
St. Moritz
St. Moritz
Location within Switzerland
St. Moritz is located in Canton of Graubünden
St. Moritz
St. Moritz
St. Moritz (Canton of Graubünden)

St. Moritz railway station is a railway station in the resort town of St. Moritz, in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. It is the southern terminus of the Albula Railway line from Chur, and a northern terminus for the Bernina Railway line from Tirano in Italy.[1] The station also serves as a terminus for local bus and Postbus services.

Hourly services operate on both the Albula and Bernina lines. Because these two lines operate with different types and levels of power supply, St Moritz is also a "Power supply switch" station (Systemwechselbahnhof).

The station is located at a height of 1,775 m (5,823 ft) above sea level and is the highest urban railway station in Switzerland.


The station came into operation in 1904. At this time St Moritz had already had its own electric tram service, Strassenbahn St. Moritz [de], since 1896 and there were plans to build a branch line to link the tram service to the new station. For financial reasons the short linking branch line was never built, however.


The following services stop at St. Moritz:[4][5]



  1. ^ a b Eisenbahnatlas Schweiz. Cologne: Schweers + Wall. 2012. p. 38. ISBN 978-3-89494-130-7.
  2. ^ a b "Linien- und Zonenplan" (PDF) (in German). Engadin Bus. 13 June 2020. Retrieved 2 August 2020.
  3. ^ "Passagierfrequenz". Swiss Federal Railways. September 2019. Retrieved 2 August 2020.
  4. ^ "Chur - Thusis - St. Moritz" (PDF) (in German). Bundesamt für Verkehr. 3 October 2019. Retrieved 2 August 2020.
  5. ^ "St. Moritz - Pontresina - Tirano" (PDF) (in German). Bundesamt für Verkehr. 3 October 2019. Retrieved 2 August 2020.

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