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Knock-on delays after train services suspended at Heuston as result of points failure

Irish Rail said the suspension had been caused by a points failure.

LAST UPDATE | 31 Oct 2019

TRAIN SERVICES ARE back up and running after being suspended through Heuston station in Dublin earlier today.

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Irish Rail said the suspension had been caused by a points failure.

Engineers were sent out to rectify the issue, according to Irish Rail. 

There will be some delays as a result of the suspension. 

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