Location: Switzerland, Grisons,
above Ilanz/Glion (E9°10'12", N46°45'22", 1530 m direction:105°)
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Some note on names:
The meaning of "Fess" is, the splitted one. It's the middle peak (Piz) of the Signina group, a favorite for Winter ski tours.
Ilanz is the Celtic name of the first town on river Rhine,
which was built on a small hill. Glion was probably the "romantsch"-name of some houses along the stream Glenner.
And I assume that they were close to the flooded area.
Anyway - the railway station is called Ilanz/Glion (with the assumption, that Ilanz is German).