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View Poll Results: Which is it?
Train station 70 51.47%
Railway station 24 17.65%
Either is fine 42 30.88%
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09-01-2019, 06:35   #31
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Originally Posted by ongarboy View Post
When I first moved to Dublin in the 90s, many older work colleagues or friends parents still called the Dublin 3 stations Kingsbridge, Amiens or Westland Row even though they would have been renamed for 30 years at that point.
My father still refers to getting off on 'Amiens Street'. (...and his telephone provider as 'the P&T', his bank as 'the Hibernian' etc.).
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09-01-2019, 08:03   #32
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In rural towns, all the "railway stations" double up as the bus station also. Bus users will generally refer to getting the bus at the railway station so that should answer the question
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