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Unread 29-07-2009, 14:57   #1
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Limerick V Meath - Saturday 1st August by Corporate Communications

Iarnród Éireann have amended timetables to provide a train service for Limerick supporters from Limerick, Charleville and Limerick Junction for the All Ireland Football qualifier in O' Moore Park, Portlaoise this Saturday 1st August.

A service from Limerick will depart at 15.55hrs arriving into Portlaoise at 17.20hrs.

Three services will operate from Charleville at 15.05hrs, 16.05hrs and 17.05hrs arriving into Portlaoise at approximately 18.15hrs.

A service from Limerick Junction will operate at 16.25hrs.

Return Services

Return services from Portlaoise will operate at 21.30hrs and 22.30hrs to Limerick Junction, Limerick and Charleville.

Please note: Supporters travelling from Limerick must change at Limerck Junction in both directions.
So the 15.05hrs, 16.05hrs and 17.05hrs arriving into Portlaoise at approximately 18.15hrs, interesting....
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Unread 31-07-2009, 16:10   #2
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http://www.irishrail.ie/your_journey/special_services.asp
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All Ireland Football Qualifier Limerick V Meath
Saturday 1st August
Departing Charleville 15:07 Portlaoise 16:18 Saturday 1st August-2009
Returning Portlaoise 21:30 Charleville

All Ireland Football Qualifier Limerick V Meath
Saturday 1st August
Departing Limerick 15:55 Portlaoise 17:18 Saturday 1st August-2009
Returning Portlaoise 21:30 Limerick

All Ireland Football Qualifier Limerick V Meath
Saturday 1st August
Departing Charleville 16:07 Portlaoise 17:18 Saturday 1st August-2009
Returning Portlaoise 21:30 Charleville

All Ireland Football Qualifier Limerick V Meath
Saturday 1st August
Departing Charleville 17:07 Portlaoise 18:18 Saturday 1st August-2009
Returning Portlaoise 21:30 Charleville
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Unread 31-07-2009, 16:15   #3
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Interesting that there are no services for Meath residents from either the Maynooth or Northern lines.
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Interesting that there are no services for Meath residents from either the Maynooth or Northern lines.
http://www.railusers.ie/forum/showthread.php?t=9995

Thomas put in times from Maynooth in there. Appears IR website finds it hard to display them.

If you are getting one of the trains I recommend the specials as they are usually less packed than the normal trains.
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Interesting that there are no services for Meath residents from either the Maynooth or Northern lines.
How do you get a train to Portlaoise from Maynooth or northern line?
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Phoenix Park Tunnel.

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Phoenix Park Tunnel.

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i agree but if we cant get kildare trains through the tunnel what hope have we of them reversing the maynooth and northern trains and running them through the tunnel ?
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But its cool, these would be GAA specials.
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