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Dublin: 15°C Sunday 1 August 2021

Serious delays for northbound rail services after incident at Raheny station

The incident happened at around half three this afternoon.

Image: Eamonn Farrell

RAIL COMMUTERS IN Dublin have been warned of significant delays to services tonight after a serious incident on the line this afternoon.

Emergency services are currently at the scene at Raheny station and Irish Rail has said that many northbound services are impacted as a result.

Irish Rail said that all services are still operating between Clontarf and Greystones.

However, those wishing to travel northbound from Dublin city have been warned that they should expect delays.

Dublin Bus are accepting tickets for those travelling.

Irish Rail said: “Customers are advised that the disruptions are on-going and line between Howth Junction and Clontarf will be closed until further notice.

  • DART services are operating between Greystones and Clontarf Road. Dublin Bus are accepting rail tickets.
  • Northern Commuters operating between Howth Junction and Drogheda. We advise customers to get a Dublin Bus service to Howth Junction or Malahide and connect in with our Northern Commuter services.
  • Bus transfers in operation between Dublin Connolly and Drogheda for Enterprise services.
  • Services are operating between Grand Canal Dock/Newbridge.

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