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Wondering if someone can confirm that I am reading train and bus timetables correctly from Bern to Spiez in the early hours of Friday mornings please?

The last train Bern to Spiez. appears to be 01:08.

It seems there is a Moonliner M15 bus available at Bern Bahnhoff at 01:15, 02:30 etc early Friday morning travelling to Spiez Bahnhoff. Would you agree? Just double checking that it does mean early Friday morning because it seems that on Thursday there is none after 01:15. Hopefully this will be my final transport question.
Thanks

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