Switzerland 1962, Golden Jubilee Jungfrau Railway.
The stamp shows the old "Touristenhaus" (originally built in 1912), the buildings of the trainstation on Jungfraujoch at 3'454 m and Sphinx at 3'569 m. The mountain in the background is Mt. Mönch.
At August 1th in the year 1912 the railway station of the Jungfrau Railway on the Jungfraujoch was inaugurated.
The Jungfraujoch is a col between the mountains Mönch and Jungfrau. It is the lowest point on the mountain ridge between Mönch and Jungfrau and at this place is the mountain railwaystation of Jungfraubahn located.
The Sphinx is a 3’571 metres high peak that lies just to the east of the col. From the trainstation there is an elevator to its summit, where a viewing platform and a the Sphinx Observatory and Europe’s highest radio relay station is installed.
Switzerland 1979, the alpine relay station at Jungfraujoch and Mt. Jungfrau in the background.
Switzerland 1975, Mt. Mönch.
Zeppelin LZ 127 over Swiss Alps
It looks like the Mt. Eiger & Jungfrau.
The Wetterhorn massif and Mt. Eiger.
(seen from Reichenbach-Valley)
Switzerland 1991, skyline of the city of Berne.
The four peaks are symbolizing the famous mountains, Finsteraarhorn, Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.
Dominica 1991, "Schynige Platte Railway".
Eiger, Mönch & Jungfrau.
The Schynige Platte Railway travels from the village Wilderswil up to the vantage point of Schynige Platte at 1'970 m. The summit offers spectacular views to many surrounding mountains.
Dominica 1991," Jungfrau Railway".
The Eiger Ambassador-Express of Jungfraubahn, seen between the Wengener Alp and Kleine Scheidegg.
The center part of the illustration represents Eiger, Mönch & Jungfrau.
The illustration is identic with the upper part of an old Swiss Travel Poster for the Jura-Simplon Railway line.
The miniaturesheet was issued in the series "150 Years Swiss Railways".
Mount Jungfrau and and the Neuschwanstein Castle (located in the Bavarian Alps, Germany).
The stamp was issued in the series, " A Philatelic Tour of The World".
The 1'800 metres high north face of Mt. Eiger is together with the Matterhorn north face and Grandes Jorasses (Mont Blanc) one of the three great north faces of the Alps. It was was first climbed in 1938 by an Austrian-German expedition (Anderl Heckmair, Lukas Vörg, Heinrich Harrer and Fritz Kasparek).
Bequia (Grenadines St. Vincent) 2003, Eiger north face seen from Grindelwald.
The illustration is showing the church of Grindelwald and the famous Eiger north face seen from Grindelwald (Switzerland). BEA is a trade fair & exhibition in Bern, the capital City of Switzerland.
Switzerland 2003, Lake of Thun, Stationery Card.
The frontside of the card shows the Oberhofen Castle, built in the early 13th Century.
Switzerland 2006, Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.
"1956-2006, 50th Anniversary of the first CEPT stamp".
The left stamp depicts Jakar Dzong, the 'Fortress of the White Bird (Jakar town).
The illustration shows a plane of the Drukair (national carrier of the Royal Government of Bhutan) with a composition of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau in the background and the clock tower of the Westminster in London.
Switzerland 2007, Mt Mönch.
The stamp was issued in the series "Switzerland through the eyes of foreign artists II".