Now, here is some very good news for European travellers. Like Marcel Proust and Zuleika Dobson, we have always appreciated the value of train timetables. So we were more than a little upset when Thomas Cook stopped publishing their European Rail Timetable last summer… and then delighted to hear that the former compilers of the timetable have set up a new company to continue publication of the title.
The first issue under the new arrangements has just been published. As before, a new edition of the timetable will be published at the start of each month.To find out more and buy a copy, go to www.europeanrailtimetable.eu.
As with the former Cook’s timetable, each issue of the new European Rail Timetable includes a ‘Route of the Month’ supplied by hidden europe. In the debut issue, the showcased route covers Table 60 in the book: Berlin to Budapest.