Jan 16, 2017 - 8:59 AM
in reply to Dharmesh5
<<"There is around 200mb data. Post downloading there are many pdf files in it. ">>
There are a lot of trains in Switzerland. ;-)
The paper version of the timetable ( 2017 is the last year it will be published) is a book of 2303 pages, approximately 5 cm. thick. Actually, there are about 20 more blank pages at the back for taking notes, so it actually has about 2320 pages.
You can buy it at any train station, and for about 16 CHF total cost you also get 2 additional books about 10-12 cm thick, total for those 2, showing all the bus lines, too. It does not require internet or telephone access. It does require a strong back to carry all that paper. ;-)
Last modified on Jan 16, 2017 - 9:04 AM by Slowpoke