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The whole service is going west

The whole service is going west

CONOR Cruise O'Brien used to dine out on a funny story about a nightmare train journey to Galway. Not only did the train have no heating, no bar and no dining car, its win- dows were so defective that the sleet started to come in as it crept west- wards _through the gloom of a N
12 November 1998 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
❑ O'BRIEN: Rail tale

❑ O'BRIEN: Rail tale

O'BRIEN: Rail tale But the misery of the location was nothing to the misery of the wagons always cheerless, often filthy that bore one, rattling and swaying, onwards to the even greater grime, misery and general dilapidation of Limerick railway station.
12 November 1998 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SAFETY

SAFETY

Comfort is one thing and it is important. But safety is something else altogether. Now we are told that not only are we travelling in misery on the railways. but we are also risking life and limb. Can you imagine the public outcry if an independent inquiry revealed that several
12 November 1998 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Comment/Features

Comment/Features

12 November 1998 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Great War: A lasting monument

The Great War: A lasting monument

BY THE Menin Gate in the crisp, cold sunshine, a Welsh male voice choir sang, in chorus after sweeping chorus: "Remember me. Remember me. Remember me. Remember me." It seemed that the words floated down from the memorial itself, from the 55,000 names inscribed in careful, milita
12 November 1998 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
courage or stupidity?

courage or stupidity?

Peace Tower at Messines near Ypres yesterday, attended by both the queen and the Irish President, Mary McAleese, brought history full circle. Before the ceremonies, I visited the Tyne Cot cemetery on the edge of the village of Passendale better known to us as Passchendaele. Thi
12 November 1998 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
215*t - Thursdai:NbVember ft' 19fra r

215*t - Thursdai:NbVember ft' 19fra r

12 November 1998 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

BOLAND (Dublin) Nov. 10. 1998. (peacefully) in St. Vincent's Hospital, after a short illness. William Joseph. beloved husband of the late Patricia; very deeply regretted by his loving sons Tony and ()edam dat.ithters Pamela and Jacinta. sori-inlaw, daughters-in-law, grandchildre
12 November 1998 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

BYRNE (nee McDonnell) (York Street), Mary Ellen. beloved wife of the late Richard. The sons, daughters and sister wish thank most sincerely those who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement: those who attended removal, funeral Mass, and funeral: those who sent flor
12 November 1998 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

12 November 1998 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland