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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 14, Issue 3 (June 1, 1939)

Ireland as a Holiday Haunt

Ireland as a Holiday Haunt.

Ireland has again come into favour as a popular holiday haunt, and both the G.W. and L.M. & S. Railways are expecting big business this summer in connection with their Anglo-Irish services, the Holyhead-Dublin and Fishguard-Rosslare routes being chiefly concerned. The L.M. & S. steamers from Holyhead—linked up with London by the “Irish Mail”—take the traveller speedily and in comfort to Dublin, where rail connection is available with all corners of the country, the Great Southern, Ireland's largest railway, having its headquarters in the capital city.

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