TrainKnow Your Train Schedules
I just traveled via train from Dublin to Portlaoise in Ireland and there were multiple trains running around the same time. But by looking at the duration of the journey, I saved almost 30 minutes by taking one of the express trains. I’ve had similar experiences on Metro North from New York City to Connecticut. So don’t forget to look at how long your train ride is—because it often varies—to save yourself some valuable time!



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