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    What's the best way to get from Hueston station to Croke Park

    #2
    Luas to Connolly, or even Jervis Street and its a 15 minute walk, up Parnell Street onto Dorset Street.

    You cant miss it, its huge!!!

    If in doubt follow anyone in Green.

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      #3
      Luas to Connolly and follow the crowd. Allegedly

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        #4

        All you need here.

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        especially for those Limerick folk who've never been there for years..[img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]




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          #5
          Now I think about it, why would anyone bother going to Connolly and walking up if they get the Luas?

          Just hop off at Jarvis St or Abbey St, up O'Connell Street, onto Parnell Street, Down to Dorset Street and there it is near the Rail bridge. Sorted. Keep an eye out for horses in lifts on your walk to the stadium.

          No nosense.

          http://www.irishtourist.com/details/croke_park.shtml



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            #6
            [img]smileys/sad.gif[/img]is this a wind up or a genuine question?
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              Originally posted by CCHA
              [img]smileys/sad.gif[/img]is this a wind up or a genuine question?
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              <DIV>Believe it or not, not everybody is into the GAA[img]smileys/shock.gif[/img]. I myself wouldn't have a clue of it's location only for the fact that i stayed at the jury's beside it a couple of months ago. I'm not a GAA head and I don't know Dublin very well. Shocking isn't it.[img]smileys/shock.gif[/img][img]smileys/lol.gif[/img]</DIV>
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                #8


                You're right too Ruck, they all think the world revolves around Dublin.


                F***in Dubs.

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                  #9
                  its a genuine question - I have been to croke park loads of times but usually drive up - not familiar with the Dublin public transport system

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                    #10
                    Eh, I think you took my post ever so slightly out of context there Brophy[img]smileys/shock.gif[/img]
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                      #11
                      Originally posted by brophya2006


                      You're right too Ruck, they all think the world revolves around Dublin.


                      F***in Dubs.


                      Well you are the ones who wanted your "home" QF played in dulin last year. Give out about us all you want but the minute you want anything and it's a different story.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Irish Princess
                        Originally posted by brophya2006


                        You're right too Ruck, they all think the world revolves around Dublin.


                        F***in Dubs.


                        Well you are the ones who wanted your "home" QF played in dulin last year. Give out about us all you want but the minute you want anything and it's a different story.


                        No that was the IRFU

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by supersupporter
                          What's the best way to get from Hueston station to Croke Park
                          Irish rail often run the train to Connolly Station instead of Heuston on match days - there's a little used tunnel under Phoenix Park. They might even stop the train at Drumcondra which is a five minute stroll to the ground.
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                            #14
                            get the number 90/91 bus from Hueston to the top of O'Connell street and follow the crowds...tis only a ten minute walk from there.
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                              Amazing, so many people say they paid for it in their taxes and never visisted to see how the money was spent.





                              Ok, some help for the needy, assuming you are approaching form the city centre. The entrance for the cusack stand is a left turn off summerhill/Ballybough roadafter the canal and though a narrow street of houses. It is not shown on the map above. If your ticket is for these, either go to Connolly on the LUAS or head out by Summerhill from the top of O'Connell street. Coming back, go to Connolly if you are getting the LUAS.


                              Access for the Hogan and the hill is on Jones Road and is best approached from Dorset Street.


                              The canal end can be approached from either of the above.


                              Day rate car parking is available in Marlborough street and Parnell centre on sundays.
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