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Unread 11-05-2008, 19:12   #1
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Default 12/05/2008 8.00 Dublin -->cork

Seems to be booked out on the Irish rail site,also the return 11.30 from cork is aswell. I take it it's been canceled?
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Thats code for cancelled, we are expecting trouble starting on Monday
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will that be the only one or will there be more?
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This normally happens when a train is cancelled but a chance exists it might not be

The 6:30 Portlaoise Dublin may be gone again

Again we have the usual Irish Rail smoke and mirrors routine, if train was cancelled but no passenger showed up for it, was it actually cancelled?

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I can't run that risk,Im going to have to Fly down, There goes my carbon footprint
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Its really getting out of hand, I'd love to know how on earth the corporate (we don't do) communications office with its generous staffing level (at least 3) can't be bothered to admit in public the actual list of cancellations, so much for corporate ethics

We have consistently listed cancellations before Irish Rail and in fact listed many cancellations which have never been publicly admitted, the whole Cork thing
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