Referring to your last posts -
When you have in mind specific places to visit, the best way to answer questions about how to get there and what to see or do is to first search this website by name. Thus, searching for Pilatus returns:
That link gives details on the travel options for the falls.
For Schaffhausen, you should be sure to use the correct spelling.
If you search for Schaffhausen, the response will list individual threads in the forum, and also links for Rhine Falls. Schaffhausen is an interesting old town, particularly for the Munot and the Rhine Falls, but it does not have enough different tourist attractions to generate its own web page within My Swiss Alps, in the manner that Lucerne or Titlis do..
<<"Is it possible for us to travel from Lucern to Schaffshusen?">>
Yes. It is possible to travel to most places in Switzerland by train, lake boat, bus or cableway. Walking is also considered a legitimate form of public transportation.
To understand how long it takes and what the route(s) can be for any destination, please use the Timetable that I linked to in my previous message.
First, check the link for Rhine falls, which will explain how to get there and name the specific rail stations; there is more than one option.
If you have furtehr interest in Schafhausen, you could try the Switzerland Tourism web site:
and search for Schaffhausen.