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Unread 20-05-2011, 14:13   #1
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Default Sallins to Cherrywood

Hi guys, hope you can help! (I have no doubt, you're usually brilliant)

I was just wondering am I right in saying that if I wanted to get to Cherrywood business park my most direct transport route (aside from the car) would be:

Train from Sallins to Heuston
145/90 as far as O'Connell Street
7 From O'Connell Street to Cherrywood

Does this sound right?

Thanks a million,

Brian
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Unread 20-05-2011, 14:19   #2
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Can go better than that

Sallins - Heuston, then 145 and get off the bus across the road from the Cherrywood flyover. Walk back 50m over flyover and in 5-10 minutes you are anywhere you need inside Cherrywood

You could Luas from Cherrywood to Stephen's Green and 145 from there to Heuston

If you ask the taxsaver people in Irish Rail nicely they might be able to price a custom ticket, Sallins - Heuston + All Dublin Bus services

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Wow, that sounds amazing!

Just out of interest where would that be? I actually get the 145 every day as it is and get off at Leeson Street, is it past that?

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Cherrywood is virtually in Co Wicklow a good 9 miles further out, but its dual carriageway and bus lane the whole way out
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That is fantastic, Mark you're a lifesaver, thanks a million. Every query I've had has been answered in full by yourself!
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Cherrywood is virtually in Co Wicklow a good 9 miles further out, but its dual carriageway and bus lane the whole way out
And if you are travelling in the morning, the flow from Leeson Street to Cherrywood should be quite good.
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