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Swiss Train Station- Luggage Locks or Baggage Service?

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Is anyone familiar with how the luggage service works in the Swiss Train Stations? My husband is a watch lover and wants to go to the Baselworld expo when we are there for our honeymoon. I figure it's his honeymoon too, so I should look into it since it really would be once in a lifetime. I was looking on the SBB website and it says that there is baggage service in the Basel train station and then on the equipment tab, it shows luggage lockers. Are these services different? How safe is the luggage lockers and/or the service? We will be in between cities that day and will not stay overnight in Basel, so we will have to take our luggage with us. We will go from Geneva--> Basel--> Interlaken. This is the link to the info I found. The Basel station is "Basel SBB" station.

Any help will be greatly appreciated!

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