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Unread 22-08-2007, 09:05   #1
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Hey all,
I'm heading to cork this friday,have never travelled in rush hour there,is there any trains that I should avoid?,Thinking about trying for the 6.00?basically trying to avoid the crush
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Even hour trains are quieter, seat reservations do tend to work if you board in Dublin all times and Mon-Fri in Cork

If you just need a single ticket, you would be mad not to purchase online, €31 euro online single vs €56.50 cash on the day

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I have my student card,so I can get it return for €40,Altho Machines do tend to gobble up my credit card,
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