Youtuber Nick Colvin captures the spectacular arrival of an Amtrack train at a Storm Stella snowbound station.
Clontarf Road, Dublin 3.
Manus Keane writes;
Train Carriages heading for the Glamping site in Enniscrone [Co Sligo]. The same lad that brought the plane down along the west coast. There were three railway carriages in convoy last night which came from England on three low loaders, left Dublin Port last night heading for Sligo….
Hueston Station, Dublin.
The Belmond Grand Hibernian, the first luxury sleeper touring train in Ireland leaves for Cork. Passengers left in comfort not experienced on an Irish rail network since the British were here.
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…