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Thomas Ralph 17-11-2010 08:57

Lift in Killiney is out of order. Access to and from platform 2 (northbound) at Malahide is via the main station building and footbridge only.

Thomas Ralph 30-11-2010 10:48

The lift at the entrance to Grand Canal Dock is out of order, as are the lifts at Phoenix Park, Killiney, Skerries, Balbriggan platform 1, and Rush & Lusk platform 2. The ramp exit from platform 2 at Malahide is still closed so access to or from that platform is by stairs only.

Mark Gleeson 30-11-2010 11:02

A temporary ramp is under construction at Malahide and should be available soon for access to platform 2

alisvice 16-03-2011 16:50

What happens if the lift is broken, there is no ban on the export from the station. If, as the elevator was broken on Tara Street. Even do not have a problem like main line station Ark-low have where only one way for up and down.

Colm Moore 05-10-2011 16:38

The following lifts are out of order:

Howth Junction - northound Platform 4

Grand Canal Dock - northbound

Shankill - southbound

Colm Moore 18-10-2011 15:58

The following lifts are out of order:

Howth Junction - northound Platform 4

Pearse Station - southbound

Booterstown - northbound

Colm Moore 08-11-2011 19:07

The following lifts are out of order:

Bayside

Howth Junction - Platform 1 + 4

Seapoint

Colm Moore 10-11-2011 23:11

The following lifts are out of order:

Bayside

Howth Junction - Platform 1 + 4

Booterstown - southbound

Seapoint

Colm Moore 28-11-2011 21:33

The following lifts are out of order:

Balbriggan - both

Malahide - both

Bayside

Howth Junction - Platform 1 + 4

Tara Street - southbound

Seapoint - northbound

There is no wheelchair access southbound at Raheny.

Mark Gleeson 28-11-2011 22:34

You need to use the northbound lift at Seapoint to access the southbound platform

Given Raheny has both a ramp and lift on the southbound platform its hard to explain the problems there.

Colm Moore 05-01-2012 18:51

The following lifts are out of order:

Howth Junction

Malahide

One can only presume they are all out of order. However, contact the station directly for updates.

Colm Moore 01-02-2012 09:50

The following lifts are out of order:

Howth Junction

Platform 2 at Drogheda

Colm Moore 16-03-2012 18:56

The following lifts are out of order:

Drogheda

Balbriggan

Howth Junction - Platform 2

Clontarf Road - Platform 1

Colm Moore 30-03-2012 12:52

The following lifts are out of order:

Drogheda

Balbriggan

Howth Junction - Platform 1, 2 & 3

Colm Moore 14-04-2012 18:15

The following lifts are out of order:

Drogheda - all

Balbriggan - all

Howth Junction - all

Clontarf Road - northbound

Shankill - northbound

Leixlip Loisa Bridge - all

Dunboyne - all

Colm Moore 17-04-2012 10:45

The following lifts are out of order:

Drogheda - all

Balbriggan - - northbound

Clontarf Road - northbound

Killiney - northbound

Shankill - northbound

Leixlip Loisa Bridge - all

Colm Moore 25-04-2012 20:23

The following lifts are out of order:

Malahide - all

Raheny - not wheelchair access at all southbound

Clontarf Road - southbound

Colm Moore 15-05-2012 12:34

[May-June 2012] Clontarf Road Station - Lift replacements

Thomas J Stamp 15-05-2012 13:27

not exactly out of order, but i am hearing very sad stories about the state of salins regarding the wheelchair-maze being slowly built there.

Colm Moore 15-05-2012 19:47

The following lifts are out of order:

Balbriggan - all

Bayside - southbound
Tara Street - southbound
Salthill - both
Seapoint - both
Shankill - southbound


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