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Rail service resumes following delays at Dublin's Heuston station

The delays were due to a train failure between Sallins and Newbridge station.

Updated Feb 25th 2019, 12:05 PM

ALL OUT STRIKE 6803_90507281 Source: Eamonn Farrell/

NORMAL RAIL SERVICE has resumed following disruption to all services in and out of Dublin’s Heuston Station this morning. 

Due to train failure between Sallins and Newbridge station in Co Kildare, commuters were delayed up to 80 minutes on all services leaving Heuston station with delays of 30 minutes to all rails services into Heuston.

A spokesperson for Irish Rail has said that delays have been cleared on all rail services affected this morning and that trains are now departing on schedule again. 

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