Europe Vacation 2015: Kleine Scheidegg

Europe Vacation 2015: Kleine Scheidegg
This is the third page of five of our trip to Jungfraujoch.  This page showcases the train switch that occurs at Kleine Scheidegg, a small Swiss village that hosts a couple of hotels and the train switch station.  We actually spent a lot more time at this little town than we planned as the second train running to the top of the mountain was having problems and was delayed.

The left hand page has a picture of the second train that we rode to the top of the mountain as well as the “passport” book that we were given as part of the Top of Europe experience.  This book is affixed to the outside of the plastic protector page so that the viewer can open it to find out more about this exciting location.  The larger picture of the train at the bottom of the left hand side is actually cut out from the plastic bag that I was given at the gift shop at the top of the mountain and very carefully mounted on the page.

The right hand side has pictures from train station with the hotels and mountains in the background.  I used some embroidery ribbon that I purchased at a gift shop in Kleine Scheidegg to border the rigth hand side of the spread.  I used a sewers glue (the type that you use to keep fabric from fraying) to glue the ribbon to the page.  I also glued a patch from the area onto the page.

Similar to the preceding page, I chose to use a cloud background paper, and light blue border to emphasize the beautiful blue skies that we experienced on this adventure.

Extra Fun:  Want to see what this area looks like right now?  Check out the Jungfrau webcams.

 

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Posted on May 15, 2016, in Europe Vacation 2015 and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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