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again I point out that you are looking stills whereas I saw a glimpse on the tv
€720 is the minimum as far as I knew too for a less than 30 yrs old car
I don't know of this movement, can you provide details? a link perhaps? It would be interesting to see what they have to say for myself, I'm anti wasting tax payers money on pie in the sky projects. I'd support re-opening a line such as Foynes where there is a traffic flow in the offing, but to op
might also referto terminal position and shape. Check these are identical before swapping
as with what happens in the UK, what happens in France is irrelevant. If you don't want a long-winded debate, why bring France into ?
If you half the fares and double the passengers numbers does that make the line more worthwhile somehow? does it make the €100 million expenditure more worthwhile? does it cut the loss made? How many short of the projections is the passenger figure currently? Has it reached even half of that proj
If re-instatement of this route would generate new freight traffic, wouldn't the existing routes already have generated it?
Do you really think Guinness would ship beer to Claremorris and then down the WRC to Tuam and Galway? Whatever economic sense a hub at Claremorris may make,(and quite possibly it does given extra freight to there could be piggybacked onto the Ballina operation) it wont make any sense to invest in re
I agree freight only routes are usueful and cheap, but can the nation afford to pay for this unless there is a lot of extra traffic on offer? Th uK is an entirely different case, and a total red herring in an Irish context Foynes is one matter, that might come about on the back of a new flow of or
no-one spends €25 to €30 million on a diversionary route (not passed for passenger trains) in case there is an incident on the existing line. Rather they would postpone the traffic or take it by road. I'm struggling to see what traffic a freight hub at Claremorris would attract that isn't already o
https://irishrailwaydevelopments.wordpress.com/2015/03/05/west-on-track-announce-new-freight-initiative-at-claremorris/ don.t bank on it!
go sae vans have to be set up on arrival and it's possible the guy was just finished doing that and getting back in so you probably were OK
you're driving 2 km in the wrong lane and people behind you are losing patience and trying to get you to move over and you don't think you are causing a problem?
give them a little while to bed in. Thye should have warned you to be cautious for a couple of days
this would'nt be a problem if everyone kept to the left (or driving) lane unless overtaking (until they were approaching that roundabout)...which returns us to the first post ..maybe you can see that you have been the problem?