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Timetable for Cercanias AM narrow gauge railway in Spain

Wow, this is really surprisingly hard to find! The metre gauge services are not listed in the main Renfe journey planner and not listed in European timetables either! Some useful links: Spanish ...
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Timetable for Cercanias AM narrow gauge railway in Spain

RENFE appears to have a not-very-maintained website with schedules and fares still available for all meter-gauge lines, including the ones not on the main RENFE journey planner. Combined with the ...
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Timetable for Cercanias AM narrow gauge railway in Spain

The Man in Seat 61 says that Euskotren runs narrow-gauge local trains from Hendaye & Irun on the French border to San Sebastian & Bilbao.
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Timetable for Cercanias AM narrow gauge railway in Spain

Partial answer. "Cercanías" ("commuter trains") may be a misleading search key here (even if that is the name of the train operator), "Media Distancia" might give more ...
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Travel from Berlin to Tunis without flight?

We're not a travel agency, here. But, yes, it is possible. Easy, even. Taking Berlin as a starting point, you could do... Berlin to Munich by train. Munich to Milan by bus. Milan to Rome by train. ...
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Railteam/HOTNAT when the next train is the following morning - can I claim for hotel costs?

One of my friends was in exactly the same situation before. They tried to claim back their hotel stay with DB together with their delay compensation application (See "Reimbursement of costs for ...
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What happens if someone leaves a train to/from Pyongyang at an intermediate stop?

The blog (dated: 2008-09-20, 16 years ago) makes no mention of leaving the sleeping car at any of the stations. One image, taken in Station Hamchun, is however taken from the platform. (On my browser ...
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What happens if someone leaves a train to/from Pyongyang at an intermediate stop?

Your guide will report you missing (after desperately trying to find you, since the guide themselves will be in deep trouble). The authorities will hunt you down and arrest you. What happens then is ...
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DB: Can I still use the return journey if I miss the outbound train?

Yes, you are allowed to use the return part of your ticket even if you should miss the outbound train. This is common practice (no conductor would ever check your outbound travel when being on the ...
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DB: Can I still use the return journey if I miss the outbound train?

DB does not really do "return" tickets. If you buy a "return" ticket from A to B and back to A what you really are doing is buying a ticket A to B, and another one B to A, in the ...
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Is it possible to make a 3-min rail connection in Limerick?

The Iarnrod Eireann website shows that Ennis to Limerick Junction journey as having a change of train. But it is shown as a through journey so I think it is likely the 2nd train will wait for the ...
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Is it possible to make a 3-min rail connection in Limerick?

It may well be the same train but even if it’s not, I think it will be intended to connect. Limerick is a small station with only about 4 platforms. You might get a cross platform transfer but even if ...
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