A very limited data allowance on Irish Rail Wi-Fi. YouTube works just fine… but not for long!
Come on @irishrail Either make them edible or eliminate. Or how about redesigning ticket machine #UI to ask if you want a receipt for environmental reasons. If @bankofireland ATMs can do it #Blackrock #litter #dublin #plogging #paperless @broadsheet_ie @dlrcc @BlackrocktidyT pic.twitter.com/XR9WMgAuPR
— Ploggers in Ireland (@DublinPlogging) January 21, 2019
Blackrock, County Dublin.
Here’s hundreds we made earlier.
Paul Anthony McDermott tweetz:
Irish Rail could get into broadband provision by using the existing & disused rail network, fibre could be laid underground along lines without digging up the whole country, might be a nice little income stream for them for the old network (above left)…
From top: Irish Rail ads; Still from The Rubberbandits’ Dad’s Best friend
Graeme Kelly writes:
Every time I see these ads I am reminded of this.
Pic 1... Your dad’s best friend on his way for a mad weekend to Limerick
3… Family holiday in Limerick…
Connolly Station, Dublin this morning
We wish to advise customers of delays to some services due to extra traffic volumes. #railstrike
— Bus Eireann (@Buseireann) November 7, 2017
— Barry Whyte (@BarryWhyte85) November 7, 2017
— Ballsbridge Motors (@MSL_Ballsbridge) November 7, 2017
— Daragh Cassidy (@DaraghCassidy) November 7, 2017
How was it for you?
Heuston Station, Dublin.
Richard Smith (above centre) on holiday from USA walks past train drivers and rail workers as they begin a 24-hour strike, the first of five that will shut down Dart, commuter, and Intercity rail services in the run up to Christmas.
Heuston Station, Dublin
From left: Greg Ennis of SIPTU and General Secretary of the National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU) Dermot O’Leary join the picket
The Iarnród Éireann Trade Union Group have written to the Group Secretary of CIE saying it is “long since passed time that leadership was provided” to end the dispute.
— SIPTU (@SIPTU) November 1, 2017
— Hibernia Forum (@HiberniaForum) November 1, 2017
There will be no rail services operated by Irish Rail tomorrow Nov 1, no alternatives. Cross border services will operate Newry Belfast only
— Rail Users Ireland (@RailUsersIe) October 31, 2017
Our members would rather serve the public than be on a picket line but Irish Rail workers like John have no other option but to take a stand pic.twitter.com/0vkl0tQY3R
— SIPTU (@SIPTU) October 31, 2017
Hey Irish Rail please fix your ticket machines to display Euro symbol. Not the start of a Spanish question. Unicode UX fail…