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Review derails plans to reopen Tuam station restaurant

Wednesday, 28th November, 2018 10:30am

Story by Jacqueline Hogge
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Review derails plans to reopen Tuam station restaurant

The close Railway Kitchen restaurant in Tuam

Review derails plans to reopen Tuam station restaurant

The close Railway Kitchen restaurant in Tuam

PLANS to reopen a popular Tuam restaurant have fallen flat after Irish Rail refused to offer a new lease on the Railway Station building that has housed the eatery for many years.
The Railway Kitchen closed earlier this year with the loss of four jobs. Hopes that it could be reopened as a social enterprise, run by the Western Traveller Intercultural Development (WTID) group, have been thwarted by the government’s rail review that has not yet commenced.

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