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Details of the event.
When it operates, how much it costs and where to buy tickets.
Friday 8th May
Dublin - M3 Parkway - Rosslare Strand - Wexford - Dublin
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The traditional one-day diesel excursion as part of the
International Railtour Weekend will this year be visiting M3 Parkway and Rosslare Strand. 071 haulage has been requested.
Please note that the outward journey will now be through Drumcondra and the return via the little-used Newcomen Junction route.
The Strand Booking Form
(Please only use this form if you are not travelling on any other part of the Railtour weekend)
South Munster International Railtour Weekend
7th May - 12th May
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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, Cobh, Cork, Dublin, Killarney, Midleton, Whitehead.
Fringe Events (Single Day Fares)
Positioning runs, diesel-haulage to M3 Parkway and Rosslare Strand, heritage tour by coach from Belfast.
International Railtour Page / Booking Forms
NOTE: All available times will be listed on the Railtour page.
Sunday 17th May
Belfast - Bangor & return
Join us on a return journey from Belfast to celebrate the
150th Anniversary of the railway coming to Bangor with an afternoon at the seaside.
Fare: Adult £10, Child £6
Book Tickets Online
Tickets can also be booked (by phone or over the counter) at:
Belfast Welcome Centre, 8-9 Donegall Square North, BT1 5GJ.
Tel: +44 28 9024 6609
A dining car runs on all our trains offering teas, coffees and snacks as well as a full bar service, including (usually) draught beer!
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Preservation Society of Ireland cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions.
In addition any information or advice given on these pages is provided in good faith,
but should not be relied upon for safety-critical applications.
The Railway Preservation Society of Ireland reserves the right to vary
any details of a train advertised, or the provisions of this web site
without prior notice.
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|Forthcoming Train News
Want to know when tickets go on sale?
See the Programme below
for all our proposed dates. If the train you are interested in is not listed in the
Upcoming Trains & Events boxes above,
then tickets are not yet on sale.
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|The Coming Season's Trains
Dates for the next season are normally published in the first months of the new year. The first train of the season is usually, but not always, at Easter.
However, the Programme can, and does, change so what is shown is not necessarily the final list.
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Attempting to travel without a ticket at the main departure station
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We sell tickets for the seats on the train, therefore you are very likely
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that the trains are operated on the national rail networks along with scheduled
passenger services. Trespassing to watch or photograph a steam train
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of all trains on the network - please act responsibly. Both Translink
and Iarnród Éireann
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