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Unread 25-07-2007, 22:23   #1
Colm Donoghue
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Default freight trains in the evening rush hour!

The Bazmeister keeps saying it's not IE's fault they cant get more trains running til the signalling is upgraded.

I saw a Freight train pass Northbound through Portmarnock at about 17:20 one tuesday evening a few weeks ago. This isn't really helping carry more passengers is it?
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Unread 25-07-2007, 22:48   #2
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There was also a special passenger train from Cork through the PPT, arriving in Connolly at 5pm on a Friday evening back in 2005. An FAI cup final train if Im not mistaken. Baz talks the talk that he's paid to talk. Bottom line is simple really and has been proven. More trains can fit, but the muppets in IE don't think like us. They think like office clerks in 1920s Ireland.
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