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Comment #1733295 by Jason Downes

Jason Downes Oct 24th 2013, 11:17 AM #

I worked for irish rail for years and its just a part of the gig. Its not the companies fault and there may indeed be things to fault them on but this isn’t one. I work for Amtrak now and its the same thing here. And they even cut away the trees near the tracks, the thing is the wind blows and the leaves ride on it and their going to end up there one way or another. Short of cutting down every tree there is in the vicinity it’s always going to be there every year. Even with the rail adhesion trains it is what it is.

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'We know eyes are going to roll': Irish Rail in annual 'leaves on line' apology

'We know eyes are going to roll': Irish Rail in annual 'leaves on line' apology

They say it’s the “railway’s least favourite season”.

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