Back on schedule: Europe's InterRail timetable is re-born [BBC News]

Date: 08/03/2014

It helped shape the lives and travels of countless intrepid young voyagers. Breakfast in Belgium, maybe lunch in Luxembourg, and supper in St Moritz. But suddenly last summer, the Interrailer's bible, the Thomas Cook European Rail Timetable, ceased publication. Thomas Cook wanted to concentrate on selling air holidays, not promoting train bookings. But after 140 years, it seems you cannot keep a good timetable down. [From Richard Buckby]

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BBC News

After ceasing publication last summer, one man has risked all, by reviving the European Rail Timetable, the backpacker's bible