Campaigners pushing for new rail lines from Derry have met with the Republic^s Minister for Transport to discuss their proposals.
Members of the Into The West group met with Eamon Ryan, who is also the leader of the Green Party in the Republic, on Friday.
Among the topics discussed were a proposed new rail service from Derry to Letterkenny and a new direct rail line from Derry to Dublin.
Into The West was founded in 2001 to campaign against a Stormont decision to close the Derry-Belfast railway line west of Coleraine.
Into the West put their plans to Eamon Ryan
CAMPAIGN group Into The West has met with the Republics Minister for Transport and the Environment, Eamon Ryan TD, to discuss improved rail provision for the north west of the island. The meeting was facilitated by the Donegal branch of the Irish Green Party, which Minister Ryan is the national leader of. Among the topics 
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