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Unread 21-05-2010, 11:49   #1
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Am I right in thinking that there are no railway bylaws to back up the "quiet zone" (front carriage on Dub - Cork) and if the IR person tells you to stop talking on you phone you can just ignore them
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Unread 21-05-2010, 12:00   #2
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14(17). No person shall at any time while upon the railway or in any vehicle use any threatening, abusive, obscene, or offensive language or behave in a riotous, disorderly, indecent or offensive manner, or write, draw or affix any abusive, obscene or offensive word, representation, or character upon, or wilfully soil or defile, the railway or any lift or vehicle, or molest or wilfully interfere with the comfort or convenience of any passenger or person in or upon the railway or in any vehicle.
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but that goes for all carriages or none !
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Unread 21-05-2010, 12:11   #4
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It does however permit a member of staff to eject someone
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Isn't there another bye-law dealing with "wireless equipment" and the like.
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Unread 21-05-2010, 19:10   #6
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23. (1) No person while upon the railway or in any vehicle shall to the annoyance of any other person or if requested not to do so by an authorised person, sing, perform on any musical or other instrument or use any gramophone, record player, tape recorder or portable wireless or television apparatus.
I suspect "wireless" is used in the "radio" sense.
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