On Wed, 07 Mar 2018 22:01:25 +0100
Pete Stephenson <p...@heypete.com> wrote:

> Fortunately the Swiss rail system doesn't, as far as I know, use powerline 
> frequency for timekeeping, even at remote stations, so all the railway 
> clocks are still running properly. 

They used to have a central HBG receiver at all train stations,
with a few exceptions where reception was bad (there, they got a
special permission to use DCF77 instead). I have no idea what
they use these days for synchronization.

                        Attila Kinali

-- 
<JaberWorky>    The bad part of Zurich is where the degenerates
                throw DARK chocolate at you.
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