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Train Station

Being at the right train station
Some European cities may have more than one train station. Therefore, inquire beforehand from which station your train is scheduled to leave.

Right platform / Right train
In railroad stations, trains are listed chronologically either on a computerized board or on poster timetables, yellow for departure, white for arrival.

On computerized boards, indicated next to the departure time, you will find the rain category, destination and platform/track number from which the train departs.

Right car / Right seat
As some trains may split at certain junctions, one part going one way and the other another way or stopping, make sure when you board the train that you is seated in the right part.

Furthermore some stations display on the platform in chronological order a diagram of the composition of all long-distance trains using that platform.

This diagram illustrates the location of each car making the train, beginning with the locomotive. Often it even refers to a position letter or number displayed on the platform. If in doubt, ask the control staff on the platform.

If you have a reservation, you is ensured that you are seated in the right car. You must match the number shown on your reservation ticket with car and seat number.

Each car also shows whether it's 1st or 2nd class by number displayed on its side.





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