|Name in local language:||Ferrovia del Bernina|
|Beginning of works:||1906|
|Function / usage:||
Railroad (railway) line
|longitudinal slope||max. 70 ‰|
|5 July 1910||Inauguration day|
|7 July 2008||Recorded in the list of UNESCO World heritage sites|
The Bernina Railway is (mountainside railways excluded) the highest railway line in the Alps, operating as a public railway with year-round traffic (highest point at 2 256 m above sea level).
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