In summer, die kleine rote uses open scenic carriages on the Bernina railway, in regular scheduled train services.

Aussichtswagen Offene Aussichtswagen / Carrozze panoramici aperti / Vagun panoramic. Source: Wikimedia Commons

I used to enjoy those as a child, but I've never seen them anywhere else since. Are similar open carriages used in scheduled train services (thus not including museum railways or special events) anywhere else on Earth?

closed as too broad by Mark Mayo Jul 2 at 3:13

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    From the Wikimedia Commons open railway coaches category, it appears the Train Jaune may have them as well, but more generally Open coach has a different meaning, making it hard to google. – gerrit Jun 14 at 11:17
  • I can confirm that the Train Jaune has carriages where passengers can sit out in the weather, I am not sure if they are in the train round the year. – Willeke Jun 14 at 17:23
  • Probably too broad. I can think of a couple in NZ alone, plus at least one in North America... – Mark Mayo Jul 2 at 3:13