Due to the end of daylight savings the schedule of international passenger trains will change on 27 October, the last Sunday before DST ends. The changes affect Go Rail’s passenger trains operating on the Tallinn-Moscow and Tallinn-St. Petersburg lines.
A schedule change like this is made every six months due to the fact that the Russian Federation no longer implements daylight savings time.
Please pay special attention to the departure times from Balti jaam railway station in Tallinn of the trains to Moscow and St. Petersburg operating in the second half of the week. These trains now depart around one hour earlier than previously.
Check the new schedule for the precise departure times of the Tallinn-Moscow and Tallinn-St. Petersburg trains.
20. October 2013