- Weinfelden – St. Gallen (39’48 “)
- Wil – Constance (48’40 “)
- Romanshorn – Winterthur (39’02 “)
- Rorschach – Schaffhausen (1h 25’48 “)
The canton of Thurgau has the shape of a triangle, borders on Germany and runs along Lake Constance and the Rhine. The majority of the SBB lines in the canton of Thurgau are operated by the SBB subsidiary Thurbo. SBB express trains only operate on the Thurtallinie (Romanshorn – Winterthur) and on the Weinfelden – Konstanz line. There is also an hourly express train between Kreuzlingen and Romanshorn to St. Gallen.
The longest of these 4 lines runs along Lake Constance and the Rhine from Rorschach to Schaffhausen. At 277 meters long, the Bussnanger Viaduct is the largest railway structure in the Canton of Thurgau and has 15 arches; The Stadler Rail company, which produces trains worldwide, is also located in Bussnang.
Excerpts from the “SBB and Thurbo Lines in the Canton of Thurgau” disc
|Length (total)||3h 33 ’18 “|
|Picture format||DVD: 16: 9 widescreen|
Bluray disc: 1080 50i
|volume||Dolby Digital 5.1. stereo|