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Luggage storage along Bernina Express route?

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Family of 4 traveling from Chur to Tirano along the Bernina route on local trains and then on to Milan. We will be traveling with our luggage (each will have a 21" rolling suitcase and a small back pack). As we would like to stop at one or two villages along the Bernina Route, and then board the next local train an hour later, we are not sure what to do with our luggage during the stop-over(s).

Although potentially convenient, checking the luggage with Swiss rail prior to 9 am in Chur won't work, as we will be departing Tirano well before 6 pm to continue on further into Italy, and it would be quite expensive as well for them to send forward all of our bags even if we could pick them up in Tirano upon our mid to late-afternoon arrival.

So, which of the stations along the Bernina route have luggage lockers or a safe place in the station where we can store our luggage while briefly exploring these villages?

And during our layover in Tirano (minimum 30 minutes when looking at the detailed train schedules), what can we do with our luggage if we want to briefly explore Tirano?

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