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After just two years' construction, the railway line between Chur and Arosa was officially opened on 12 December 1914. It took some 1,000 workers and 402,700 Swiss francs per kilometre – no wonder that the Chur – Arosa
section of line counts as the most expensive in the Rhaetian Railway network. The trip from the Alpine town to the spa resort now takes between 57 and 61 minutes, a century ago a little more patience was required …
How long did the trip by train from Chur to Arosa take back in 1914?
a) 80 to 85 minutes
b) 90 to 95 minutes
c) 100 to 105 minutes
d) 110 to 115 minutes
We are giving away two 2nd class return train tickets from your nearest station to Arosa.
Send your answer marked 'Competition' to firstname.lastname@example.org or send a postcard to: Rhaetian Railway Inc, Marketing Communication and E-Business, Bahnhofstrasse 25, CH-7002 Chur. Closing date for entries is 30 November 2015.
Participation is free of charge and without obligation. Ticket valid for travel in Switzerland. Winners will be notified in writing. Prizes will not be paid out in cash. No correspondence will be entered into in connection with the competition and all decisions are final. All personal data will be treated with strict confidentiality and will not be passed on to third parties.