- From the end of April to the end of October on weekends and on certain dates during the week, the Rheinbähnle train will travel from Lustenau to the mouth of the Rhine at Lake Constance. The railroad was used more than 100 years ago during the Rhine regulation canalisation project as a construction railroad. In the summer months, the railway runs according to a regular schedule. The Rhein-Schauen Museum in Lustenau uses plans, models, photos and documents to tell the story of the section of the Rhine that forms the border between Vorarlberg and Switzerland and then flows through Lake Constance.
- The Wälderbähnle narrow-gauge railway, which once ran from Bregenz to Bezau in the Bregenzerwald, now operates as a nostalgic railway between Andelsbuch-Bersbuch and Bezau. The “Bähnle,” as it is sometimes affectionately called, is a historic diesel or steam locomotive in operation between May and October on weekends and in July and August, sometimes also also on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
C Wälderbähnle narrow-gauge railway © Christoph Lingg/Bregenzerwald Tourismus