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Transport in Ireland

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Transport in Ireland

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  • ^ "Shannon stopover to go by 2008". Business News. RTÉ. 11 November 2005. Retrieved 9 November 2008. 
  • External links

    • Rail Users Ireland – Ireland's National Rail User organisation
    • Meath on Track – Navan railway campaign (defunct)
    • A discussion on RTÉ Radio One's science show Quantum Leap about the quality of GPS mapping in Ireland is available here. The discussion starts 8mins 17sec into the show. It was aired on 18 Jan 2007 Requires RealPlayer.
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