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May 14, 2022

21 Kodachrome Photos From an American’s Trip to Switzerland in the Late 1950s

These 35mm Kodachrome pictures were taken by an American during their trip to Switzerland, in particular Lake Thun (“Thunersee”), and the lakeside towns of Spiez and Gurten. The slide mounts indicate that the slides were processed between 1955 and 1959.

Take a look back at Switzerland in the late 1950s through these 21 gorgeous pictures. For more fascinating vintage photographs, visit Graeme Fernie's brilliant Flickr site.

Schoolchildren at Wharf, Beatenbucht, Sigriswil, Switzerland

Schoolchildren on Ferry, Spiez, Switzerland

The Gurten Ferry at Speiz, Switzerland

View from Schonriedstrasse of Eglise de Saanen, Gstaad, Bernese Oberland, Switzerland

View from Spiez towards Merligen and the Niederhorn, Switzerland

View from Guntenstutz across Thunersee (Lake Thun) towards Spiez, Gunten, Switzerland

Jungfrau and mountains to the south-east of Spiez, Switzerland

Gunten, Switzerland

Building at corner of Spycherstrasse and Guntenbach, Gunten, Switzerland

Westerly View from the Wharf, Spiez, Switzerland

View from the Thunersee about 200 meters from the wharf at Spiez, Switzerland

"A Real Estate Business", (Guntenstutz 11) Gunten, Switzerland

On Guntenstutz, Gunten, Switzerland

View of Merligen from Speiz Castle, Switzerland

Gunten from a boat on the Thunersee, Gunten Switzerland

View from Dock at Spiez, Switzerland

"The $70,000 House", Gunten, Switzerland

Easterly view from Spiez (near Spiez Castle) of the Thunersee (Lake Thun), Switzerland

Northerly view along Ländteweg from the lakeside, Gunten, Switzerland

Westerly view along Spycherstrasse, Gunten, Switzerland

Spiez, Switzerland




1 comment:

  1. Hey, Switzerland - enjoying your muslims yet? LOL!!!!!!!!!

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