Rigi Restaurant Lucerne Switzerland 1962

A picture of people eating in the Rigi restaurant in Lucerne in Switzerland in about 1962.

The odd thing about this picture is that the restaurant looks like a bit like a steam boat which what looks like a funnel, but when I look at pictures on google image search for the Rigi Restaurant there doesn’t seem to be any such structure. I wonder if the restaurant I’ve found on image search, which is a restaurant high in the mountains is not the same as the one depicted here, and this one is close to the water’s edge of lake Lucerne?

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Rigi Restaurant Switzerland 1962


This photo features in a series. Click any picture below to see it.
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  • View from the William Tell Statue
  • Joch Pass, Switzerland
  • Taking Refreshment at Joch Pass
  • Boats on the shore of a Swiss Lake
  • Monte Generoso, Rovio, Switzerland
  • The Town of Ponte Tresa
  • Lake Lugano
  • A man on a mountain path leading a cart pulled by a cow
  • Couple by a garden in Lucerne, Switzerland in about 1961
  • Shopping Arcade in Lugano
  • Boats and Hotels at Lugano Switzerland
  • A picture of the jetty just after a Boat has pulled away for a Trip from Lugano c1961
  • The Hotel Carina at Morcote in Switzerland pictured in about 1961
  • Lowengraben in Lucerne Switzerland about 1961
  • Shopping Arcades in Lugano, Switzerland 1961
  • A Railway tunnel through the alps c1960
  • A Narrow street in Lucerne Switzerland c1960
  • Rigi Restaurant Switzerland 1962
  • Monte Bre Lugano Switzerland in 1962
  • A shopping arcade in Morcote, Lugano in about 1962
  • A cafe in Switzerland in about 1962
  • The Climber
  • Altdorf Street Scene in 1962
  • By the William Tell Monument in Altdorf in 1962
  • The landing stage at Baveno
  • Alpine horn blower on Pilatus in Switzerland 1962
  • Pilatus Kolm Hotel 1962
  • The Cable car station at Pilatus Kulm Hotel, Switzerland
  • Baskets on a wall in Switzerland

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