Date

9th May 2019 to 14th May 2019

Itinerary

Belfast, Dublin, Galway, Kilkenny, Limerick, Waterford, Whitehead

Price

£35 - £195

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, Kilkenny, Limerick, M3 Parkway, Waterford, Whitehead.

Fringe Events (Single Day Fares)

Thursday 9th May: Steam hauled train from Whitehead and Belfast to Dublin (one way).
Friday 10th May: The Corrib diesel railtour: Dublin Connolly - Galway- Dublin Connolly.
Tuesday 14th May: Coach tour with a heritage interest in the Belfast area (includes HMS Caroline and Stormont Parliament Buildings).

Booking

Please see the advance booking form for preliminary details of fares and itineraries. (Final booking form expected in early April.)

Return of the form, with the appropriate deposit, will ensure you have a place reserved on the main railtour and/or the Friday diesel tour.

Hotel accommodation is an optional extra, and the form allows you to indicate on which dates you may require accommodation.

Advance Booking Form

Outline Times

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

Saturday
 
Arr
Dep
Dublin Connolly   09:15
M3 Parkway    
Dublin Connolly   12:00
Kilkenny    
Waterford 16:50  

Sunday
 
Arr
Dep
Waterford  
10:00
Limerick 13:00  
     
Limerick   14:05
Waterford
17:05
 

Monday
 
Arr
Dep
Waterford  
10:00
Dublin Connolly
13:30
 
     
Dublin Connolly  
14:30
Belfast Lanyon Place (Central) 18:30  
Whitehead Excursion 19:15  


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

We cannot guarantee that a particular locomotive will work any train.