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commuter blues

Broken down train causes knock-on delays on Heuston line

Commuters were experiencing delays of up to 50 minutes.

Updated 9.51pm

25/8/2014 Rail Train Strikes Mark Stedman / Photocall Ireland Mark Stedman / Photocall Ireland / Photocall Ireland

PEOPLE TRAVELLING VIA Heuston train station in Dublin this evening experienced delays of up to 50 minutes for their journeys.

The delays were due to the 5pm Heuston-Cork train breaking down at Inchicore.

At 6.20pm this evening Irish Rail said trains were departing with 5-20 minute delays, though it added these would ease throughout the evening. Services from Tralee were still experiencing 50 minute delays.

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