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Unread 22-04-2009, 08:49   #8
sublimity
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Originally Posted by Mark Gleeson View Post
The 2009 train of course has a massive acceleration and braking advantage by at least 20% over its 1973 cousin

Back in the early 1990's Limerick to Ballybrophy was 1 hour 17 minutes, and thats twice the distance of Limerick Nenagh
So is the Railway Safety Commission to blame for the increase in journey time over the years with all the speed restrictions?

Whats the point of using a railcar when its not going to make a difference in the journey time on this line. Might as well have the train from the early 90s running the line.
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