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Unread 06-06-2008, 09:27   #1
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Default [6/7-6-2008] Radiohead @ Malahide Castle

Lots of talk from Irish Rail about extra Dart services but no notice giving any indication of times. Nothing in the online timetable either
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Unread 06-06-2008, 15:29   #2
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Travel By Train to Radiohead Concerts at Malahide Castle This Weekend by Corporate Communications

Iarnród Éireann will be running addtional DART services after the Radiohead concerts, which are taking place at Malahide Castle this Friday and Saturday. More details to follow.

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Unread 07-06-2008, 10:12   #3
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An extra train appeared to run last night, probably left Malahide at about 23:30 it passed through Pearse at about 23:50 for Bray

It then ran back empty to Fairview
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I gave in on Irish Rail and their "extra Darts" so I cycled out to Malahide and back into town.
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There where at least 3 extra last night, of course no one told anyone when
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I heard from other gig goers that the 22:36 didn't run, so it's possible one of the "extra" trains was the 22:36 deferred.
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There were plenty of concert signs for it out these parts saying "please buy return tickets".
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This appears to be the timetable for Saturday night

http://www.flickr.com/photos/danield...n/photostream/
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Friday night there was certainly an extra train, I saw it roll over the bridge into Pearse at 23:50

Saturday there where trains arriving into Pearse stopping and continuing southbound well after midnight, last southbound is normally 23:34

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Pays to be a radiohead fan.

Obviously Messrs Lynch, Fearn and co. dont listen to Celine Dion?
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