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July 11, 1989 | DAN FISHER, Times Staff Writer
Even veterans of the Dublin-Belfast railway, like Sister Marian Taggart, admit to getting a little nervous at times like these, when the line is clearly a priority sabotage target. "There's a certain danger to it," said the Roman Catholic nun, who teaches in the south but regularly takes the train home to the British-ruled north to visit her family. "But what can you do? You're in danger on the road, too."
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July 11, 1989 | DAN FISHER, Times Staff Writer
Even veterans of the Dublin-Belfast railway, like Sister Marian Taggart, admit to getting a little nervous at times like these, when the line is clearly a priority sabotage target. "There's a certain danger to it," said the Roman Catholic nun, who teaches in the south but regularly takes the train home to the British-ruled north to visit her family. "But what can you do? You're in danger on the road, too."
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