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Unread 01-04-2011, 09:55   #44
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Originally Posted by Mark Gleeson View Post
Its not Irish Rail the problem is the UK rail operators have taken a decision that due to the poor connections at Rosslare not to offer through ticketing on that route to avoid potential issues when people find out they can't make a return journey

Irish Rail should still sell tickets through that route but only if they start in Ireland.
but they are right though aren't they? [uk rail operators]

if you look at the stena line timetable there are sailings at 09:00, 21:15 with an additional 15:00 from july to september

But none of the irish rail 07:30 (10:30 arr). 13:30 (16.30 arr) and 18:30 (21:30 arr) come anywhere close to connecting these sailings

I do think the rosslare-fishguard tickets should be on sale but need to come with a health warning!

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