Trains to Work and Home
- Live train departures and arrivals so you can check quickly if your train is on time before leaving home or the office
- Live platform allocation* to help you beat the scramble!
- User friendly interface which quickly highlights delayed trains
Where’s my train?
- Live location of your train
I’m on this train!
- Let family, friends and colleagues know when your train is scheduled to arrive via email and text
- ‘Tag’ the train you are on so you can follow status en-route
- Live Twitter status updates from your selected rail provider
Data is real-time departures and arrivals and shows trains within the next 2 hours within the United Kingdom.
The app does not have a journey planning facility and is for pre-planned journeys of no more than two legs.
You can also use RailCommute for all live departures and arrivals on the National Rail Network (including London Overground). It does not include London Underground information.
RailCommute is powered and approved by Network Rail Enquiries.
*Platform allocation is not available on all stations – please visit networkrail.co.uk for details.
Find (and buy) the cheapest fares for your journey in our app, taking the confusion out of ticket prices.
Set up text messaging alerts to get an instant update on any disruption to your chosen journey.
View live departure and arrival boards from your phone.
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It focuses on tourist-friendly railways across this vast country: including those running scaled-down rolling stock such as the Diamond Valley Railway; quirky attractions such as the self-propelled open-air vehicles of Tasmania's Railtrack Riders; popular tourist operations like the Kuranda Scenic Railway and the Puffing Billy Railway; and mighty continent-spanning rail journeys such as that of the Indian Pacific. It also lists rail museums across the nation.
The app also includes the operators of regional trains within each Australian state, as well as the operators of rail transport within cities.
Australia by Rail will entertain, inform, and inspire you to ride the trains and trams detailed within. All aboard!
★ About the Author ★
Tim Richards is a travel writer who lived in Egypt for two years, and Poland for a year, while teaching English as a foreign language in the mid-1990s. He now lives in the city centre of Melbourne, Australia.
He's travelled across Australia on both the Indian Pacific and The Ghan, and on various Australian tourist railways and regional trains. Overseas, Tim has traversed the entire width of Canada by rail, and has travelled on railways large and small in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
A member of both the Australian Society of Travel Writers and the International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association, his work has appeared in newspapers and magazines around the world, as well as in Lonely Planet’s guidebooks. Tim writes about travel every week in his blog Aerohaveno, at www.aerohaveno.com.
★ About Sutro Media ★
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