Train Dates for 1971.
(Note: Belfast YR = Belfast York Road; Belfast CSD = Belfast Central Services Depot; Belfast GVS = Belfast Great Victoria Street; ECS = Empty Coaching Stock; LE = Light Engine; GM = Railway company diesel locomotive; Whitehead generally means the RPSI's own Whitehead Excursion Station.)
|Engine Transfer||Carrickfergus - Whitehead||Hauled dead from storage.|
|Engine Transfer||Whitehead - Carrickfergus||No.186 hauled No.171 (dead) to storage.|
|Engine Transfer||Whitehead - Belfast YR - Antrim - Belfast GVS||Hauled, in light steam, to York Road by Hunslet 101, then worked light to GVS.|
|Slieve Gullion||Belfast GVS - Dunleer - Dromin Junction - Ardee - Drogheda - Cement Factory - Dublin Connolly|
|Coolnamona||Dublin Heuston - Curragh Main Line - Curragh Racecourse Siding - Port Laois - Coolnamona Siding - Port Laois - Dublin Heuston
LE: Dublin Heuston - Sallins
|Engine Transfer||Carrickfergus - Whitehead||No.4 officially became the RPSI's property on 11 July 1971 for the sum of £1,275.|
|Open Day||Whitehead train rides|
|Saint Manntán||LE: Sallins - Dublin Connolly
Dublin Connolly - Arklow - Wicklow Junction - Wicklow Goods - Liffey Junction - North Wall - Dublin Connolly
LE: Dublin Connolly - Sallins
|Locomotive turned at Woodenbridge.
Tour included North Wall and Dublin dock lines.