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Unread 07-06-2006, 00:41   #1
James Shields
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Default Southbound Enterprise 6/06/06

I was on the 21:15 from Pearse to Dundalk tonight. When we were passing through Balbriggan, I noticed a southbound Enterprise stopped on the other platform. This is nothing unusual in iteslf. Normally they run non-stop, but sometimes they have to wait for a signal, though this would usually be nearer to Howth Junction.

However, the really shocking part was when I got to Gormanstown. There was another southbound Enterprise waiting there. This is definitely very unusual. At least one of these trains is presumably supposed to be the 20:45 from Connolly to Belfast.
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