One way rail ticket from Cork -> Dublin should be around €30.
Taxis both sides around €25 in total.
Train times are:
Cork -> Dublin
05:05 -> 09:20
07:05 -> 10:26
08:00 -> 11:46
09:05 -> 13:07
10:45 -> 14:35
Hopefully there should be someone coming up though
(I've cc'd cork at linux.ie).
Ken Guest wrote:
> Hi Alan,
> Have you thought about getting the train up to Dublin from Cork?
>>> On Mon, 2002-04-01 at 20:27, Alan Cox wrote:
>>>This is a draft proposal for us (its a bit complex). I need to find a way
>>to get from Cork to Dublin however
>>>>It goes like this
>>>>Alan Swansea/Cork ferry 8:30pm arriving cork Monday early morning
>> then travel to Dublin somehow
>>Telsa RyanAir Mon 13:55 from Grotwick arriving Dublin 15:10
>> (or 10:00 arriving 11:15)
>>>>Alan & Telsa return RyanAir Dublin->Cardiff
>>>>Right now there are no sanely priced flights I can find to get into Dublin
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