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Late night Galway train added for the Denmark match

Irish Rail are adding on an additional late night train service from Dublin to Galway for the Denmark match.

Ireland are hosting Denmark in November for the end of the Euro qualifying campaign, with large numbers of people expected to travel to and from Dublin by train to pack the Aviva on the 18th.

To accommodate the people who’ll no doubt be going out to celebrate one way or another, an addition Heuston to Galway train will run 11:25pm for fans coming home.

Another extra service will also run on the Cork line at 11:15pm on November 18.

Irish Rail are advising that due to the large crowds expected, free travel pass holders will need to book online in order to travel.

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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