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09-02-2019, 15:23   #16
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Thats actually not too bad but including the 747 and 757 I would not agree with, especially when no other bus routes are on there.
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09-02-2019, 15:43   #17
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Originally Posted by L1011 View Post
In that case the icon is wrong for it too.
Things is that the 'solution' would not be up to standard specs so full icon might not be a good idea. Especially the section over the level crossing which has no protection being right beside traffic and is at road pavement grade.
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09-02-2019, 20:21   #18
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No, you need to give a day's notice to get a train.
Also did you ever try wheel off a ryanair plane?
That’s not really the type of this that can be fixed through a map though
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12-02-2019, 22:33   #19
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Should of included Limerick, Tralee, Westport & Ballina seen as every other Dublin route is shown. Agree the no step thing is wrong in a few places. The likes of Ashtown, Newbridge Killiney Greystones have lifts or ramps and Enfield only has the one platform in use which is accessed at ground level.
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