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Jungfraujoch -- the highest railway station in Europe, in Valais Alps, Switzerland (8)

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10:25, August 15, 2011

A cog train heads for the Jungfraujoch the highest railway station in Europe, in the Valais Alps, Switzerland on Aug. 13, 2011. Taking the cog train up across mountains and finally getting to its last stop the Jungfraujoch is Switzerland's most popular mountain railway excursion. (Xinhua/Yu Yang)
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