The Red Arrow “Churchill”.
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Wherever it shows up, it is always bound to draw admiration: The Red Arrow. This showcase item was presented as an example of Swiss workmanship at the Swiss National Exposition in 1939. The Red Arrow “Churchill” acquired the legendary nickname “Churchill” in 1946 when former British prime minister Winston Churchill travelled through Switzerland on this train.
With 27 tables for four and one table for three, the Red Arrow “Churchill” is capable of accommodating 111 guests and a tour guide. With an on-board kitchen and a large bar, our rail caterer elvetino who is exclusively responsible for catering on the Red Arrow “Churchill” will fulfil every culinary desire.