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04-10-2018, 13:48   #1
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Grange Castle Public Transport

Is it just the 13 serving Grange Castle?
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04-10-2018, 14:00   #2
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The 151 and 68 also pass by. And there's a train station down the road a bit. I don't know how far though.
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Is it just the 13 serving Grange Castle?
If you put in your starting location and where exactly you want to go on here it will give you the options.
https://hittheroad.ie/
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The 151 and 68 also pass by. And there's a train station down the road a bit. I don't know how far though.
The train stations shows up an hour walk. I was looking at 151 and train to Park West but not really sure. Job offer needs me relocate for a year before going back into the city.
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Generally, I'd crawl on hands and knees than get the 13 anywhere. 151 is best.
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How about cycling? The Grand Canal runs along the edge of Grange Castle. The last stretch is closed off at the moment (major road construction in the area) but there is an access gate from the canal into the Grange Castle.
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How about cycling? The Grand Canal runs along the edge of Grange Castle. The last stretch is closed off at the moment (major road construction in the area) but there is an access gate from the canal into the Grange Castle.
It wouldn't be a C+T thread about a query without someone asking the OP is cycling option
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It wouldn't be a C+T thread about a query without someone asking the OP is cycling option
It's most likely a revenge conspiracy,due to the numbers of Busdrivers spamming the Cycling Forum with thousands of "Why donchyiz get de Bus like" posts......Hard to blame them really ?
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How about cycling? The Grand Canal runs along the edge of Grange Castle. The last stretch is closed off at the moment (major road construction in the area) but there is an access gate from the canal into the Grange Castle.
Thanks for suggestion but not in a million years. I will try 151 route if needed.
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It wouldn't be a C+T thread about a query without someone asking the OP is cycling option
And they don't need a shower. Oh no.
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Generally, I'd crawl on hands and knees than get the 13 anywhere. 151 is best.
I've been taking the 13 from Grangecastle area to the northside. Not a bad service but a takes an absolute age. Very frequent service.
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Google Maps tells me to take the 68?
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68 stops near the front entrance on new nangor road, 151 stops near the rear/side entrance and the 13 goes into the business park itself.
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Google Maps tells me to take the 68?
68 takes about 30 minutes just to get from the city centre to Inchicore due to the meandering route it takes around the south inner city. 151 is best option.
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68 takes about 30 minutes just to get from the city centre to Inchicore due to the meandering route it takes around the south inner city. 151 is best option.
And also only runs once an hour compared to the 13 which runs every 15 mins and the 151 which runs every 20 mins. Although I'd say after 3 months the OP has made up his mind about the best way to get to Grange Castle.

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