European Rail Timetable Winter 2017-2018 Edition by Brendan FoxWinter 2017/2018 edition - Published December 14th 2017. Contains timetables valid from December 2017 - June 2018 The Timetable provides timings for over 50,000 individual rail connections and in this extended edition are special sections containing invaluable information for rail holidaymakers, including: Guide to European Rail Passes Embassies and Tourists Offices Passports and Visas Rail travel and public transport Beyond Europe timetables - covering a summary of timetables from 8 different areas: India; South East Asia; Australia & New Zealand; North America; South America; South Korea; Japan and China Other features include plans of city centers, a list of recommended scenic routes, public holidays, time zones, currencies and useful train and travel information.
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End of the Thomas Cook European train 'bible': online alternatives
After years, the Thomas Cook European Rail Timetable — the so-called "bible of train travel" — is no more. The August edition the 1,th in its long history is the last, as the travel company withdraws from guidebook publish to "concentrate on its core products". Many train travellers will feel the loss. Nothing beats flicking through those printed pages, enjoying the feeling that you could just put a pin in any one of them and head off. Train specialist Mark Smith, of Seat
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The European Rail Timetable , more commonly known by its former names, the Thomas Cook European Timetable , the Thomas Cook Continental Timetable or simply Cook's Timetable , is an international timetable of selected passenger rail schedules for every country in Europe , along with a small amount of such content from areas outside Europe. It also includes regularly scheduled passenger shipping services and a few intercity bus coach services on routes where rail services are not operated. Except during World War II and a six-month period in —14, it has been in continuous publication since Until it was published by Thomas Cook Publishing ,  in the United Kingdom , and since has been issued monthly. Information on rail services in Great Britain was limited to only about 30 pages out of about plus pages until and then omitted entirely until June marked the th edition. Although minor changes to the publication's title have been made over the years, every version included "Continental", rather than "European", from through — except for a brief period — when the coverage was expanded to worldwide and the name became the Thomas Cook International Timetable.