How do I contact Irish Rail?
Customer Contact Centre: Monday – Friday 07:00hrs – 19:00hrs, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 08:00hrs – 18:00hrs. Tel: (01) 8366 222 / 0818 366222 (or 353 1 8366 222 from outside the Republic of Ireland). Please contact us via our website.
Are toilets open in Heuston Station?
Heuston Station Those pesky 30 cent turnstiles are gone, so the Heuston loos are all yours – just ignore the myriad phone numbers on the toilet door.
Why is Heuston Station called Heuston Station?
It was originally called Kingsbridge Station after the nearby Kings Bridge over the River Liffey. In 1966, on the 50th anniversary of the Easter Rising, it was renamed “Heuston Station” in honour of Seán Heuston, a young railway worker who commanded a nearby post in the 1916 Easter Rising.
Can you use Leap card on train?
The Leap Card can be used for rail travel between stations within the ‘Short Hop Zone’. This Zone includes all stations in the Dublin area from Kilcoole to Balbriggan and Commuter Stations from Dublin City Centre to Kilcock and from Dublin Heuston to Sallins and Naas.
How far is Heuston station from city Centre?
What is the distance between Heuston and O’Connell Street? The distance between Heuston and O’Connell Street is 2 km.
How many platforms does Heuston station have?
The Heuston station boasts nine platforms and serves trains to Cork, Limerick, Waterford, and Kerry, as well as many other popular destinations in the south, southwest, and west of Ireland.
Who was Heuston named after?
Heuston Station (formerly Kingsbridge Station until 1966) is one of Ireland’s most recognisable rail stations named after Seán Houston, one of the executed leaders of the 1916 Rising, who had worked in the station’s offices.
What happens if you forget to tag off Leap Card?
Using your TFI Leap Card on train services If you forget to Touch-Off, the default fare will be the final fare charged for the journey. You can check your Travel Credit balance and Top-Up your TFI Leap Card at ticket machines in stations in Dublin (Cork coming soon).
Can you drink on Irish Rail?
Customers are advised that alcohol is not permitted on any Iarnród Éireann service until further notice.
Do you have to wear masks on the train?
Face coverings are no longer mandatory on public transport. It is no longer mandatory to wear a face covering on public transport. However, the government recommends you continue to wear one in crowded or indoor spaces where you may come into contact with people you do not normally meet.