Swiss President Doris Leuthard will formally open the 52 million-Swiss franc ($52.6 million) venture working from Schywz to the mountain village of Stoos, which lies 1,300 metres (four,300 ft) above sea degree in central Switzerland.
The barrel-shaped carriages modify their flooring so passengers can nonetheless stand upright at the same time as they climb in the direction of the Alpine plateau at inclines of as much as 110 %.
The practice, which can go into public service on Sunday, will climb 743 metres over a span of 1,738 metres, at speeds of up 10 metres per second.
“After 14 years of planning and constructing, everybody could be very pleased with this practice,” stated Ivan Steiner, spokesman for the railway.
(Reporting by John Revill; enhancing by Andrew Roche)
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