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Tourist pass for Irish Rail and BusEireann

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I am familiar with some bus/train passes issued to tourists. I used Open Roads which provides good short term travel on buses traveling main routes. I know they had a combination pass to allow some travel on trains but cannot see this one, think they called it Rambler. Booking bus tickets individually is reasonable but the rail train journeys, say to Cork or Killarney from Dublin, seem expensive. I am a senior citizen and familiar with routes. Going first to Killarney, would need a train back to Dublin for other stops. Did they discontinue giving the free rail pass to seniors, which was available a few years back?
Thought I might try to include trip to Great Atlantic Way going up to Donegal for 2 days. Any good suggestions on best way to plan. Know there is excellent Air Coach service from airport but would have to travel to Cork from Killarney to get this service. Not sure how many buses run between Cork and Killarney but one time I took a train to Killarney from Cork and had to return on bus to Mallow to connect with train. I will be in Ireland for 8 days so want to see the best places in late summer. Many thanks.

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