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17 Aug 2022

Irish Rail running special service from Dundalk to Dublin for Ireland's Six Nations clash with France this weekend

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Irish Rail running special service from Dundalk to Dublin for Ireland's Six Nations clash with France this weekend

Irish Rail are running a special train to Dublin for Sunday's Six Nations clash of Ireland and France at the Aviva Stadium.

Irish Rail are running a special train to Dublin for Sunday's Six Nations clash of Ireland and France at the Aviva Stadium.

The train will depart Dundalk Station at 12:05pm and arrive at Connolly Station well ahead of kick-off, which is at 3pm.

Standard fare charges apply.

See Irish Rail for more.

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