The digital version of the timetable is an e-Book copy of the printed edition and can be viewed online through a PC or can be downloaded to a smart-phone or tablet through our dedicated ERT App available free from Apple iTunes or Google Playstore.
The April edition of the European Rail Timetable will include revised timings for the Intercity service between Amsterdam and Brussels which will utilise the high-speed infrastructure from April 9. We will also include amended schedules for services affected by electrification work from March 24 to October 14 on the route between Buchloe and Memmingen in southern Germany (which includes EuroCity services between München and Zürich).
Our Summer International Supplement will be expanded to show advance versions of all our international tables valid from June 10 and the Route of the Month article will feature the wonderful journey from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh in northern Scotland.
As well as schedules, the European Rail Timetable includes key country information, 23 route maps and 34 station location plans, airport to city-centre links, details of car-carrying trains and suggested scenic rail routes.