Nah, it's the new Dart carriages have gotten to him.
I was on one a couple of weeks ago coming out of
Dun Laoghaire with the marquee saying it was a
Southbound train to Howth.
orwell at work,
Dave Airlie wrote:
>> > But the vital piece of information that you need to know is that to get
> > to east point easily you can get a DART (light rail) to clontarf station
> > and then east point business park has a free bus service to take you the
> > 250 metres from this station into the park itself, hadly for us unfit
> > engineers. Clontarf is only two stops south (10 to 12 minutes) from Tara
> > street station which itself pretty much in the center of town.
>> Caolan, your compass is dodgy or else the Earths magnetic fields have
> flipped and non-one told me .. (not even slashdot)... Clontarf is two
> stops North :-)
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