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AtulBhide
AtulBhide
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Aug 18, 2011 - 7:16 AM
I want to go to ‘Flims Dorf, Post’ from Andermatt. In SBB online time table the route shown is
Andermatt to Chur by train
Chur Postautostation to Flims Dorf, Post by Bus
My query is can I get down at Reichenau-Tamins and walk downto Tamins, Post and catch the bus there for Flims.
Mainly can I walk down from Reichenau-Tamins to Tamins, Post?Can any one tell is there any foot path available between these two places?
Atul
Arno
Arno
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Aug 20, 2011 - 2:47 AM
Hello Atul,

Welcome! It's a very short distance between the Reichenau-Tamins train station and the village of Tamins. You can see it in detail on this map. The bridge can be used by pedestrians. I don't think it takes much more than 10 minutes.
AtulBhide
AtulBhide
24 posts
new member
Aug 20, 2011 - 4:47 AM
Thanks a lot,

I have already seen it on the map. What I was worried about was whether that bridge can be used by pedestrians or not.

Kindly confirm it because I want to use it for 4 consecutive days by which I will be saving some valuable time.

Regards
Atul Bhide
Arno
Arno
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Aug 20, 2011 - 5:54 AM
The bridge can be used by pedestrians. At least, the last time I was there. It's the only direct way for people from Tamins to reach the station, so I wouldn't expect any changes there. You can even find pictures of the bridge in Google Maps.
AtulBhide
AtulBhide
24 posts
new member
Aug 20, 2011 - 7:05 AM
Thanks a lot for very appropriate information.

This will help me a lot

Regards
Atul Bhide

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