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On The Road to Switzerland
Description: A tour of Switzerland by car in the 1930s.
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Clip #: TFA-270B
Length: 11:01
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Region: Europe
Country: Switzerland
Subject: Tourists
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1930s, Switzerland, customs officer stopping vehicle at border crossing, driving across Swiss border, man and woman driving in roadster, car POV, cars driving on tree lined road and ascending alpine roads, Alps, road tunnels through mountains, waterfall, car arriving at top of pass, snow wall lined road, snowplow clearing road assisted by men using shovels, cars pulled over to side of road so visitors can stretch their legs, dam, snow covered mountain peaks, cars and cyclists making descent on mountain roads, village, waterfall, mule and horse carts, castles, vintagers working in vineyards, hikers walking on road, Rhône Glacier, visitors looking at views of glacier from viewpoint and nearby hotel balcony, waiter serving water to women seated on balcony, man and woman having picnic on grass, cattle wearing bells, man and woman driving in roadster, motorcyclists driving on road, car POV castle perched on hilltop, sailboats on lake, railroad crossing, cars and cyclists driving over railroad tracks after barrier has been raised, train, village, traditional Swiss architecture, man and child leading cattle on village road, Ticino, swimmers diving and swimming in lake, women reading and sunbathing in lounge chairs, village perched on hillside, church, car POV driving on road along lake and through city, sidewalk cafe, street scenes, pedestrians, car stopped at border crossing, customs officer raising barrier and allowing car to pass through border crossing

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