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Unread 19-12-2013, 10:28   #1
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Default [19/12/2013] Enterprise - severe delays - several trains

http://www.journeycheck.com/nirailways/?id=1343659458
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06:50 Belfast Central to Dublin Connolly due 09:04
This train is being delayed between Belfast Central and Portadown and is now expected to be 95 minutes late.
This is due to an earlier train fault.
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07:35 Dublin Connolly to Belfast Central due 09:45
This train is being delayed between Dublin Connolly and Newry and is now expected to be 30 minutes late.
This is due to a problem currently under investigation.
Message Received :19/12/2013 09:18

08:00 Belfast Central to Dublin Connolly due 10:00
This train has been delayed from Belfast Central onwards by between 30 and 45 minutes.
This is due to an earlier train fault.
Message Received :19/12/2013 08:56

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09:35 Dublin Connolly to Belfast Central due 11:47
Will be formed of 4 coaches instead of 8. First class not available. Catering is reduced.
Additional Facilities Information:
IR diesel multiple unit.
This is due to an earlier train fault.
Message Received :19/12/2013 09:47

12:35 Belfast Central to Dublin Connolly due 14:44
Will be formed of 4 coaches instead of 8. First class not available. Catering is reduced.
Additional Facilities Information:
IR diesel multiple unit.
This is due to an earlier train fault.
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Unread 19-12-2013, 16:39   #2
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I thought IÉ DMUs weren't cleared north of the border any more?
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Unread 19-12-2013, 16:42   #3
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Not allowed for pre planned scheduled use bar the Newry morning train.

I have the paperwork from Stormont which allows it

Note need to check if it was an ICR or 29K
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I think there were two NIR trains in Connolly since yesterday.

http://www.railusers.ie/forum/showthread.php?t=15050
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I thought IÉ DMUs weren't cleared north of the border any more?
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Not allowed for pre planned scheduled use bar the Newry morning train.

I have the paperwork from Stormont which allows it
Is this a very recent, will we no longer see 29000's doing the odd runs like has being happening in the past and if its only recent does it explain the 22's visiting Belfast last month again?
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Is this a very recent, will we no longer see 29000's doing the odd runs like has being happening in the past and if its only recent does it explain the 22's visiting Belfast last month again?
It is older than the 22000 visit to Belfast, which I imagine had its own paperwork.
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