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Train schedules in Red Dead Redemption 2 Fast Travel Guide

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Using Trains in Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the ways to Fast Travel for free. There are two main railroad companies in the game which run trains from Southern to Eastern and Central Union Railroad. Let’s have a look at the Train schedules in Red Dead Redemption 2 and their complete route.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Train schedules

During one of your mission ‘Sharpshooter 3’, you need to be riding a train and that’s where you should learn the main schedule and routes. If you want to fast travel for free then this is the best route.

Central Union Railroad Schedule

The Central Union Railroad line runs a loop from Ambarino, New Hanover, and Lemoyne. The Central Union Railroad loop takes about 20 in-game hours to complete loop. This train will depart at noon on one day at 8 a.m., 4 a.m. and midnight.

Note: This pattern will reset every seven in-game days

  • Saint Denis -> Van Horn Trading Post
  • Annesburg -> crosses east-to-west across Ambarino (without stopping)
  • Wallace Station and Riggs Station -> Central Union Railroad
  • Stops at Valentine -> Emerald Station

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Southern and Eastern Railroad Schedule

The Southern and Eastern Railroad takes a little longer to complete the loop in about 16 in-game hours. This train will leave one day in the noon, the next will be 4 p.m. The next train will be 8 p.m. then midnight, and so on.

  • Ambarino -> New Haven -> Lemoyne
  • Saint Denis -> Van Horn Trading Post (No Halt) -> Annesburg
  • Ambarino (No Halt) -> Wallace Station -> Riggs Station
  • Rhodes -> Saint Denis

The Southern and Eastern Railway makes a 16 in-game hour loop (about 30 minutes real-world time) around the outside edge of Ambarino, New Haven, and Lemoyne. It runs north along the east coast from Saint Denis through Van Horn Trading Post (without stopping) and on to Annesburg, then crosses east-to-west across Ambarino without stopping. It then continues southwest to Wallace Station and Riggs Station, then turns east to Rhodes, and finally back to Saint Denis.

If you have any encounter any new way to fast travel then do let us know. Till then check our Red Dead Redemption 2 Cheats, Tricks, and Tips.

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