Thalys Timetables

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  1. paul@skegby.org.

    paul@skegby.org. Member

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    Looking for information on Thalys timetables.

    Is there an online site where you can obtain printed tables (.pdf)

    I'm looking to obtain tables on services Amsterdam to Paris & Rotterdam to Paris.


    Also a route map would be useful.

    Many Thanks
     
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    gordonthemoron Established Member

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    didn't there use to be more that 5 Thalys services (each way) between Paris & Cologne?
     
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    I don't think so but might be wrong.

    From memory there was an evening Paris-Brussels-Liege and morning back, before the Liege-Aachen HSL opened, and the trains were differently spaced (only 3 ICEs then) - possibly without any 4-hour gaps.
     
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    about 10 years ago when Thalys endet in Cologne, there used to be a 6st service which endet/startet at Dusseldorf.
     
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    Actually, didn't there use to be the following:

    1. 1 TPD Liege-Paris bypassing Brussels
    2. 1 TPD Oostende-Paris via Brussels
     
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    Yes there was till quite recently I think. Of course what Flanders has to have, so does Wallonia and vv.
     
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