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In the Train Departures timetable service, you can check the times of departure and arrival for trains at all passenger stations in Finland. The service is extremely easy to use and it is optimised for mobile phones which makes it convenient to check timetables on the move. Train Departures...
Would you like to know when your train is arriving but the display at railway station is not working? Don't worry! Asemainfo.fi collects all the information you need when you're travelling by train to one place. For example, you can see: Real-time information about train arrivals and departures...
Julia service is a common diary for all the railway enthusiasts who are interested in spotting trains and knowing more about them. With Julia, you can, for example, report trains you have spotted and follow other users observations look at statistics about how many trains were on time get to...
Open a live departure board for any Finnish railway station. Get realtime schedule updates complete with cancellation info. All data originates from Finnish Transport Agency's Digitraffic API. VR's departure boards get their data from a different source. The API is licensed under CC BY 4.0.