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Whats the difference between Golden Pass and regular routes?

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I'm becoming confused. I plan to stay in Bern and use it as a base for a lot of my train travel in Switzerland. I want to visit Geneva. And I want to travel the train route from Bern to Luzern through Interlaken separate from the Bern to Geneva trip.

The Golden Pass train trip appears to run:
Route: (Geneva >) Montreux > Zweisimmen > Interlaken > Brünig Pass > Lucerne (> Zurich) and vice versa.
Would I cover this exact same route myself Bern to Geneva, and Bern to Luzern via Interlaken? Is it a different rail line from the regular rail lines? I realise this would mean I could not book a panoramic car but is there any other difference?
Thanks

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