Roll On, Roll Off


This morning.

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.

Sam Boal/


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.

Rail unions write to CIE calling for pay proposal (RTÉ)




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9 thoughts on “Roll On, Roll Off

    1. curmudgeon

      A better example would be Bus Eireann, Shane Ross decided the public would not be held to ransom, and I sincerely hope history repeats itself.

      1. MoyestWithExcitement

        Shane Ross held the public to ransom with his insistence on adhering to right wing ideology.

  1. Timble

    It’s about time someone asked which Irish millionaires are funding the Hibernia forum. That would be interesting information I’m sure. Who is greasing the till for some of irelands most heard from media commentators

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