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CityNightLine AG
Industry Rail transport
Fate Merged with DB NachtZug
Successor City Night Line
Headquarters Dortmund, Germany
Products Rail transport (night train)
Slogan Ich glaube ich träum (I think I'm dreaming)

CityNightLine AG (timetable and platform sign abbreviation: CNL) was a Swiss night train service. CNL had right of passage grants in Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland and Denmark. It served stations in Belgium, France, Italy and the Czech Republic. CityNightLine was acquired by Deutsche Bahn AG in 2007 and merged with DB NachtZug to form the "City Night Line" which currently offers night services in former CityNightLine and NachtZug territories, of which includes the majority of CityNightLine's operations at the time of the merger.


  • The foundation of the service 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

The foundation of the service

A CityNightLine double-decker sleeping car

CityNightLine AG was a joint project/creation undertaken by the Deutsche Bahn (DB) (German Federal Railways), the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) and the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB-CFF-FFS). CityNightLine's first train departed on 28 May 1995. SBB-CFF-FFS and ÖBB have since ended their collaboration with CNL. As the predecessor joint CityNightLine company[1] the new daughter company of DB is incorporated under Swiss law, based in Zurich.

See also


  1. ^

External links

  • CityNightLine
  • 2011 Network Timetable
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