Date

4th May 2017 to 9th May 2017

Location

Belfast, Dublin, Athenry, Ennis, Limerick, Waterford, Kilkenny, Waterford, Dublin, Belfast

Price

See booking form

Each year the RPSI operates a weekend international railtour. This is something a little bit special, where we invite you to join our restored locomotives on our train across Ireland. With a full bar on the train, beautiful scenery, comfortable carriages and a traditional friendly welcome, our tours are fun and relaxing and a great way to see the Emerald Isle.

The Main Weekend Event (3-Day Fare)

Includes visits to Belfast, Dublin, Ennis, Kilkenny, Limerick, Waterford, Whitehead.

Fringe Events (Single Day Fares)
Thursday 4th May: Steam hauled positioning train from Whitehead to Dublin (one way).
Friday 5th May: South Kerry diesel railtour: Dublin Connolly - Killarney - Dublin Connolly.
Tuesday 9th May: Heritage coach tour from Belfast.

Booking

Please see the Railtour Prospectus for details and prices of all the railtour options, and use the Booking Form to select your requirements.

Railtour Prospectus

Railtour Booking Form

South Kerry Diesel Booking Form

(Please only use this form if you are not travelling on any other part of the Railtour weekend)

(Cancellation Policy)

Outline Times

Thursday
 
Arr
Dep
Whitehead Excursion
--
09:05
Carrickfergus
09:18
09:20
Belfast Central
09:45
09:55
Lisburn
10:20
10:50
Portadown
11:22
11:25
Dundalk
12:05
12:30
Dublin Connolly
13:45
--

Friday
 
Arr
Dep
Dublin Connolly
--
10:30
Killarney
15:15
17:00
Dublin Connolly
20:30
--

Saturday
 
Arr
Dep
Dublin Connolly
--
09:30
Portarlington
10:50
11:25
Athlone
12:30
13:00
Athenry
13:55
14:30
Gort
14:55
15:20
Limerick
16:25
--

Sunday
 
Arr
Dep
Limerick
--
09:10
Tipperary
09:50
10:05
Clonmel
11:00
11:35
Carrick-On-Suir
12:05
12:15
Waterford
12:55
14:35
Kilkenny
15:25
16:10
Carlow
16:50
16:55
Athy
17:10
17:40
Dublin Connolly
19:00
--

Monday
 
Arr
Dep
Dublin Connolly
--
11:30
Belfast Central
14:30
 
Carrickfergus    
Whitehead Excursion  
--

 

Please note all trains and itineraries are subject to change and to agreement with the railway companies.