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Train Dublin-Galway-tickets, classes

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Trying to find info about standard/first class train service Dublin-Galway-Dublin.
Irish rail does not offer first class tickets on its website for that route, standard is E40 roundtrip.
BUT RailEurope offers 2 classes for fares but standard from US$64 each way, and from US$100 first class....
So do the trains have 2 different classes (different cars) or not. I email Irish Rail and they are
NO HELP
"Regrettably Iarnrod Eireann are no longer in a position to run a first class service on our Dublin to Heuston line as the demand is no longer there."
so how does RailEurope offer first class.???
HELP, so confused.

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