I don't know if anyone has encountered a similar problem, so I'll describe it here:
I'm in the early stages of planning my trip with Interrail. I know that I want to go to place Y (let's say: Barcelona, for example), and I know that the train to that city leaves at 8pm from city X (let's say: Paris, for example).
So, I plan a 6-hour stop in Paris, and I want to check the trains that arrive in Paris at 2pm. At the station in such a situation, I go to read the paper timetable, and there I have this information. But where can I find such information on the internet?
My problem is that I can't search for a specific connection to Paris (let's say: form Amsterdam, for example), because I don't know yet whether I'll be leaving from Amsterdam, Rome, Cologne or Zurich (or yet another city).
For PKP (Polish railways) I can search for poster timetables (identical to the schedule at the station) here: https://portalpasazera.pl/en/Plakaty (you have to enter the station names in Polish, for example: “Warszawa”, not “Warsaw”). This is a good solution. For SNCF (French railways) I can find the arrival and departure board (for example: https://www.sncf.com/fr/gares/perpignan/OCE87784009/departs-arrivees/gl/arrivees), but it works only for the nearest connections (probably it's not true, but I can't change the time. Can anyone help me?).
So, my question is – what ways do you know to check station arrivals for stations in different European countries? Any train arrival browser, or search engine for paper timetables?
I hope for lots of answers, we can work together to create a list of countries and search options for those countries!
Best answer by AngeloView original