Austrian Railways (OeBB) set up a special train for Nickelsdorf refugees on the border between Hungary and Vienna where they should arrive after the 23 hour, which would have to reach a total of 8500 people on Saturday at the Western Station, according to APA agency.
According to OeBB spokesman, a special train would have to convert another 400 refugee to the capital of Austria, which, like Germany, opened Saturday's border with the thousands of exhausted migrants who, with the help of Hungarian authorities, bussed to the border, even though the Hungarian government tried to prevent it .
The remaining migrants in Nickelsdorf should be transferred to buses by temporary buses, the Austrian police said.
The Vienna police expect the arrival of the last train on Saturday to the west station in Vienna - a total of 8500 refugees. From that number, 7000 immediately started or went to Germany, police spokesman Roman Hahslinger told APA.
Germany expects arrival around the 10.000 refugee, as Chancellor Angela Merkel has not set a limit on the number of people who can apply for asylum.
The Vienna police have estimated that around 1500 people will spend the night at the West Station, and some of them will go to the first morning train in 6.30 for Germany.
Austrian railways expect a large inflow of refugees from Hungary on Sunday.
After a day of conflict, disagreement and chaos, the Hungarian government sent hundreds of hundreds of buses on Saturday night to move thousands of refugees to the Austrian border, and the Austrian authorities agreed with Germany that it would also open its borders
On entering Austria, exhausted, the Syrians welcomed the inscription with welcome expressions.
Upon arrival in Muenchen, many Germans welcomed refugees with sweets and drinks, Euronews reports, and brings welcome photos, a sneering man and a photo of the children with the Bavarian police.
From the beginning of the year to the 28 borders of the EU Member States, 350.000 refugees and migrants arrived, which their leaders, despite the huge differences in positions, have been trying to find a solution to the crisis.
"Given that our German friends are facing the same challenge as we do, I believe that Europe should awaken because sleep time has passed," said Austrian Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner.
"It is now a challenge across Europe, whose response should be unique. And who still thinks that withdrawing from the EU or setting up a wire fence around Austria will solve the problem is wrong, "she said.
Hungary, the main entry into the European Schengen area without borders for migrants, has taken a firm stance promising to close its southern boundary with a new high-rise fence up to 15. September and deploy police forces to prevent the influx of refugees and send an army there if the government's proposal is approved by parliament.
The head of the Hungarian police said on Saturday that Hungary will no longer lease buses for migrants to the border with Austria and stressed that the transport of thousands of migrants on Saturday night was a one-off initiative.