JC Cordovez-Mantilla writes:
I’ve just had a very comfortable and pleasant trip from Dublin to Cork. I was impressed by the cleanliness and excellent service from Irish Rail.
My name displayed over my seat, a mobile trolley offering snacks and beverages and clean toilets are some of the small details that make a significant difference and leave me with an impression of a company that’s making an effort. All for €19! Bargain.
To complete my trip I am now on a bus [Éireann] from Cork to Skibereen that cost €20.80.
But I’ve had to drape my coat over the headrest because the level of filth is unacceptable. Fail. This (above right) is the seat next to mine…
Alan O’Connor tweetz:
Two buses crashed under the railway bridge at the end of Talbot Street [yesterday] closing the road.
A double decker bus has become stuck under a railway bridge in County Down.
The Translink bus is lodged under the bridge [on the Craigdarragh Road] near Helen’s Bay.
That’s gotta hurt.