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I'm puzzled about some words and a symbol on RENFE.

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I've been trying to make reservations on RENFE, and on a couple of lines for trains going from Barcelona to Girona, there is a triangle with an exclamation point inside it and the words, "enlace int."

Can anyone explain the meaning of this? I know the triangle with the exclamation mark means caution, and that "enlace" means intersection or junction, but I don't understand what RENFE is telling me.

Can anyone help me?

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