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Unread 04-11-2008, 16:30   #1
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Default [19-11-2008] Ireland -vs- poland at Croke Park

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Ireland V Poland Travel Arrangements by Corporate & E-Marketing


Soccer International
Ireland v Poland
Croke Park

Iarnród Éireann are expecting a significant number of soccer supporters to travel by train to Dublin for the Ireland v Poland International Soccer friendly on Wednesday the 19th of November.

To accommodate soccer supporters travelling to and from Dublin to see the Ireland v Poland International Soccer friendly in Croke Park on Wednesday the 19th of November, Iarnród Éireann have provided additional services after the match for Cork, Limerick and Galway customers.

Supporters have the flexibility to travel outward on any available train and return on one of the additional train services to Cork, Limerick and Galway.

Dublin (Heuston Station) to Cork 22.50

Dublin (Heuston Station) to Limerick 22.50

Dublin (Heuston Station) to Galway 22.55

Iarnród Éireann advise that there is limited capacity on these return trains from Dublin and are strongly advising supporters to book their travel in advance to avoid disappointment on the day.

Interesting that rather than run the connection at limerick junction from the cork train, there will be a direct train to Limerick. must be a good bit of demand from Limerick.
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Interesting that rather than run the connection at limerick junction from the cork train, there will be a direct train to Limerick. must be a good bit of demand from Limerick.
Its the same train
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Its the same train
Are they running a groups of 22ks and splitting them en-route?
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Change at Limerick Junction as per normal
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Ireland V Poland Travel Arrangements, 19th November by Corporate & E-Marketing

Soccer International
Ireland v Poland
Croke Park

Iarnród Éireann are expecting a significant number of soccer supporters to travel by train to Dublin for the Ireland v Poland International Soccer friendly on Wednesday the 19th of November.

To accommodate soccer supporters travelling to and from Dublin to see the Ireland v Poland International Soccer friendly in Croke Park on Wednesday the 19th of November, Iarnród Éireann have provided additional services after the match for Cork, Limerick and Galway customers.

Supporters have the flexibility to travel outward on any available train and return on one of the additional train services to Cork, Limerick and Galway.

Dublin (Heuston Station) to Cork 23.00

Dublin (Heuston Station) to Limerick 23.00

Dublin (Heuston Station) to Galway 22.55

Iarnród Éireann advise that there is limited capacity on these return trains from Dublin and are strongly advising supporters to book their travel in advance to avoid disappointment on the day.

Train tickets are now available online - click here to book now

POLSCY KIBICE PIŁKI NOŻNEJ: WYBIERZCIE SIĘ POCIĄGIEM NA MECZ IRLANDIA – POLSKA!

Iarnród Éireann uruchamia specjalne połączenie kolejowe dla kibiców z Cork, Limerick i Galway wybierających się w przyszłym tygodniu na mecz towarzyski Irlandia – Polska.

Zainteresowani mogą udać się na mecz w dowolny sposób i powrócić z niego specjalnymi pociągami. Jako że spodziewamy się dużego zainteresowania, klienci proszeni są o wcześniejesze zarezerwowanie biletu na pociąg na stronie www.irishrail.ie

Mecz Irlandia—Polska, środa 19 listopada

Dodatkowe kursy uruchomione zostaną wg poniższego planu:

Godz. 23:00 Dublin Heuston-Cork

Godz. 23:00 Dublin Heuston - Limerick (przesiadka na stacji węzłowej Limerick)

Godz. 22:55 Dublin Heuston - Galway
My Polish is rubbish but the Polish version is telling me to change somewhere if I get the 23:00 service, but the english version does not.
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both of the last services to maynooth and dundalk were four pieces tonight. It wasntt too bad at Connolly but the floodgates opened at drumcondra. Reminded me of the 07.58! Full of loud irish and polish supporters screaming at the top of their voices and pelting the roof of the train!

There were two specials out of drumcondra tonight to maynooth was tempted to get a bus to drumcondra but decided not to!

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