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16 tweets anyone who gets the Dublin-Waterford train will understand

Hen parties, blaas and drink bans. What a trip.

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It usually takes an age for the platform number to appear on the screen

And once it does, all bets are off

LEG IT!

It’s rare that you’re not sharing a carriage with a hen party

It’s been known to get pretty out of hand

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PARTY!

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If you don’t book a seat in advance, you can expect to sit on the floor by the toilets

That’s just the way of the world.

The heartbreak of discovering that you have to get a bus transfer, though </3

You still flinch at the price of the ticket

At least they cater to Waterford tastebuds, though

Your move, Bus Éireann.

For years, you didn’t even really know where Muine Bheag was ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

In fact, it probably took years for the penny to drop that it was just Bagenalstown

“What is this exotic place? Oh right, it’s Bagenalstown.”

It’s always good for a celebrity sighting

#glam

And the view is nothing to sniff at either

Ireland is such a beautiful country! Loving this view during my train ride to Waterford! :) #springClassic #TitanNutrition

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And it’s all worth it for that moment you step out onto the platform in Waterford

De todas las estaciones, esta es la que más me gusta #Waterford 🚄👮🏼

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