lat/lon to time offset database

Clive D.W. Feather clive at
Thu Feb 3 21:01:03 UTC 2011

Tim Thornton said:
> Actually neither, you should use the international boundary line for this. 
>>  Also, when you're on going through the channel tunnel do you go from
>> being closer to Paris than you are to London only when you've left Calais?
>> Or before you get to Dover?

Actually, all of Eurotunnel - including the parts in the UK - use French
time. The actual time change happens at the boundary between Eurotunnel and
Network Rail track, 108.56km from London (and 3.04km from the UK portal).

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