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Well now that's 'just amazing'! someone is very interested in his/her job!,

or he cant spell,

or do Irish,

or colour blind- they even got the soldier course wrong.

Eoin

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A picture of it appeared on Eiretrains for a while - where it was suggested that it was an alien message, as I recall..

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Excellent Broithe

Are there any pyramids close by? if so it must be aliensūüėÄ

Eoin

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Hi Borithe

Ah there you go, alien technology- it is a message in the hggle-de-biddly (alien spelling) paving on the platform

Look out for sparks from the top of that, you know they used them for transmitting electricity and having telephone conversations with Orion!!

Dam aliens leaving messages all over the place

Hay! I wonder did they build trains?

Eoin

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There's a sphinx at Ballyfin. The Egyptians are rumoured to have arrived by a northerly route, through Denmark, via the Faroes.

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It is of interest (to me, anyway) that the sunrise on my birthday (next Wednesday, if you're asking, still time to send something) is due to be exactly in line with the tracks at Ballybrophy.

http://suncalc.net/#/52.8993,-7.6043,15/2018.05.16/11:28

It is possible that I am the Messiah..?

The railway was laid out using the same technology as Newgrange, that much seems obvious.

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Ah aliens did play trains then,....

Michael Tsarian wrote a book about his theory on Newgrange;- the mound was a landing pad for the space ship that landed there and seeded earth civilisation from there many moons ago! It always puzzled me- who built the mound before the space ship landed?

Oh hail the Messiah

Let me see if I can whip out an early birthday card.......

Eoin

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Not to be opened until Wednesday morning

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What it could have been like if they stayed.....

Eoin

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They decided not to install a cash machine there when they realised that everybody would use 3-1-2-4 as their PIN number.

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The corruption of the warning data spreads...

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There seems to have been a heat expansion issue on the Nenagh platform.

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A train came and went whilst I was there.

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The parking issue has reached critical levels there now - something may have to be done...

 

A new sign has appeared on the fifth lamppost from the Dublin end of the Branch Platform.

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The access ramp on the northbound platform has notes about only being used on Mk 4s. Too wide for the branch trains?

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But the similar-looking one for the southbound trains does not.

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Whilst I was there, 222 pulled a southbound train through at a fair speed - there were no leaves on the platform when it had gone.

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