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Prague Main Train Station

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Does anyone have a link to the layout of the main train station in Prague. I have seen a few links for main train stations in Europe but none show the layout for Prague's main station.

Also at the station are the signs in English or only Czech? On each track is there a sign board that shows each train (1st and 2nd class car layout) and the orientation on how they arrive (engine first or rear car first? Years ago when I used the trains in Europe the tracks had these boards so it was easy to know where to stand so that when the train arrived you knew where your car would be positioned as the trains only stop for a short period and they are off again.

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