Welcome to Gruetzi.com, displaying photos of Switzerland by Ralph Walker, Arlington, Virginia, USA

Swiss Photos

Welcome to GRUETZI.COM. This site contains 124 of my favorite photos of Switzerland, plus an additional 230 photos of the Swiss Miniatur park, 31 photos of the Susch railway station, 2 text files and 2 videos.

Photos Balloons, hang gliders, parasails, sailplanes. Photos of cars, buses, tracked vehicles. Photos of flowers, trees, etc.

RhB (Rhaetische Bahn) Swiss railway station at Susch -- see numerous photos of this station/gare/bahnhof at Gruetzi.comClick the photo to download a 4.5mb 17-page Adobe Acrobat picture album of the RhB (Rhaetische Bahn) railway station in Susch, Switzerland. These high-resolution images were created to assist model railroaders who are modelling this popular station.

GRUETZI.COM was last updated June 4, 2012. It was launched July 23, 2002. As of June 4, 2012 there were 172,608 visitors.

The only way I'll ever know WHO visited this site and what part of the world you are from is if you send me e-mail.

Links to all my websites:

MarushoLilac.com: Marusho and Lilac Motorcycles from Japan 1951-1967.
1919 Sunbeam Motorcycle: Notes about and photos of my Sunbeam, which was sold in 2004.
1955 Victoria Bergmeister Motorcycle: Notes about and photos of my Victoria, which was sold in 2005.
1980 Honda Trail CT110 Motorcycle: Notes about and photos of my Honda, which was sold in 2008.
Ruckus Clones: Comparison photos of the Honda Ruckus and Honda Big Ruckus with the Chinese copies.

Gruetzi.com: Photos of Switzerland, with an emphasis on transport.
Zweisimmen.com: Photos of the MOB (Montreux Oberland Bernois) narrow gauge railway in Switzerland, plus information on G (garden) gauge model railroad projects of mine.
Schau.Biz: Swiss shooting medals, beer coasters, etc. for sale.
BernBear.com: Our log cabin in Greene County, Virginia, and examples of the use of the Bern Bear heraldic symbol on decorative objects.

WebLackey.com: At the moment this site is being used to describe a rare book for sale for $2000, namely, the Numbered (154 of 600) 1928 first edition of Marco Polo's Il Milione, edited by Olschki in Italy.
"Lake" Applet Images: Animated water scenes using the 'Lake' Java applet.