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The Basel Train Station (Basel SBB) is credited as being the world’s first international train station. The city of Basel is located at the intersection of France, Germany and Switzerland and it’s location aids in making Basel easily accessible by train from many countries. The French Railways (SNCF) maintain an annex directly connected to the Swiss Railways Station The German Railway [DB] Station is across the river a good distance away, but connected by regular train service).
The Interlaken Ost Train Station, also known as Interlaken East, is the city's main station, the other being Interlaken West. Many trains that travel to the picturesque city of Interlaken will stop at both train stations, which are a mere 1 mile apart. The Swiss scenic GoldenPass train starts and ends at the Interlaken Ost station. In addition, trains from major Swiss cities like Zurich, Geneva, Basel, Bern and Lucerne will depart and arrive from Interlaken Ost.