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DART service resumed between Dun Laoghaire and Bray

However, there are still significant delays reported at Connolly Station due to a DART mechanical fault.

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DART SERVICES BETWEEN Dun Laoghaire and Bray have resumed following an earlier suspension because of overhead wire damage.

However, there are significant delays reported at Connolly Station due to a DART mechanical fault.

Irish Rail has said that DARTs between Connolly and Clontarf Road remain suspended with Northern/Maynooth/M3 delays.

Some Maynooth trains have been diverted to the Docklands.

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