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Kent Train Station

Kent Train Station in Cork is familiar to many travellers. It was built in the 1800s, and the Wikipedia article on it has some interesting background information.

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3 replies on “Kent Train Station”

Donncha, It’s familiar even to me. Mary and I a couple of years ago went up to see a couple of her brothers in Dub for the weekend. We were going to drive, but the train didn’t seem that expensive and that way we could both have a nice cup of tea. There were millions of people queueing and the train looked about a mile long.

My 84year old Father and I are travlin from Dublin to Cork May 31 and would like to rent a car. Should we taxie to the airport? we would be heading to west cork Skiberean area. We did’t want to get back to the airport after a long Trans Atlantic flight. Are ther car rentals at Kent station?

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