We contribute a fast routing algorithm for timetable networks with realistic transfer times. In this setting, our algorithm is the first one that successfully applies precomputation based on node contraction: gradually removing nodes from the graph and adding shortcuts to preserve shortest paths. This reduces query times to 0.5 ms with preprocessing times below 4 minutes on all tested instances, even on continental networks with 30 000 stations. We achieve this by an improved contraction algorithm and by using a station graph model. Every node in our graph has a one-to-one correspondence to a station and every edge has an assigned collection of connections. Also, our graph model does not require parallel edges.