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Unread 19-03-2008, 07:12   #1
Colm Moore
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Default Easter Weekend - Kildare Line Project

The cancelations for Easter Weekend for the Kildare Line Project seem to have been removed from the website. Does that mean that these services are running?
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Unread 19-03-2008, 08:37   #2
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Thats Irish Rail being lazy
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Saturday 22nd March

18.35 Heuston/Thurles is Cancelled , 18.30 Heuston/Tralee is deferred to 18.35 with additional stops to cater for passengers on Cancelled 18.35

20.00 Heuston/Cork will involve bus transfers from Heuston to Portlaoise and Train from Portlaoise to Cork.

21.00 Heuston/Cork will involve bus transfers from Heuston to Portlaoise and Train from Portlaoise to Cork.

18.05 Galway/Heuston will operate to Athlone only with bus transfers from Athlone to Heuston

18.05 Westport/Heuston will operate to Athlone only with bus transfers from Athlone to Heuston

18.25 Waterford/Heuston will operate to Carlow only with bus transfers from Carlow to Heuston

18.30 Cork/Heuston will operate to Portlaoise only with bus transfers from Portlaoise to Heuston

19.30 Cork/Heuston will operate to Portlaoise only with bus transfers from Portlaoise to Heuston

20.30 Cork/Heuston will operate to Portlaoise only with bus transfers from Portlaoise to Heuston

Commuter services :

Last Commuter service from Heuston is 18.10 Heuston/Newbridge

Last Commuter service to Heuston is 19.00 Newbridge/Heuston.

All Commuter services are cancelled after this



Sunday 23rd March

08.10 Heuston/Tralee will involve a bus transfer from Heuston to Portlaoise and by train from Portlaoise to Tralee

08.40 Heuston/Galway will involve a bus transfer from Heuston to Athlone and by train from Athlone to Galway

09.30 Heuston/Waterford will be a bus transfer from Heuston to Carlow and by train from Carlow to Waterford

07.30 Cork/Heuston will be deferred to 07.50 and operate 20min later throughout, arriving at Heuston at 10.40

Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th March

Normal services will operate.
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Unread 19-03-2008, 10:29   #3
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EDIT: sorry got dates mixed up

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Unread 19-03-2008, 10:37   #4
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Last weekend they ran as normal

I'm just quoting what Irish Rail have provided in the past, it looks like everything is running, that said easter Saturday is very quiet it is a evening you would do works if you wanted to minimise disruption
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Unread 25-03-2008, 16:11   #5
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Just for the record they ran normally. Didn't keep me from missing the last train into town, mind you.
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