This was the time of filming for the "First Great Train Robbery" and so No.186 is in the film livery, as is No.184 which the tour train meets up with on the Sunday. Saturday 10th June: (4 ECS) Dublin Pearse Dublin Heuston; (4) Dublin Heuston - Limerick Junction - Carrick-on-Suir; (186 LE) Waterford - Carrick-on-Suir; (4+186) Carrick-on-Suir - Waterford; (186) Waterford - New Ross & return; (186 LE) Waterford - Rosslare Strand - Wexford South; (4) Waterford - Rosslare Strand - Wexford South; (4 LE) Wexford South - Rosslare Harbour; (186) Wexford South - Wexford North; (186 LE) Wexford North - Rosslare Harbour. No.186 was being prepared at Waterford for the New Ross trip when summoned to assist No.4. (No.4’s heavy use of water was due to running some distance with the steam brake inadvertently on.) Sunday 11th June: (186 LE) Rosslare Harbour - Wexford North; (186) Wexford North - Rosslare Pier; (4+186) Rosslare - Waterford - Limerick Junction; (4) Limerick Junction - Dublin Pearse. At Cahir No.4 was detached and ran light across the viaduct, where double-heading was not permitted. Monday 12th June: (4) Dublin Pearse - Lisburn - Antrim - Belfast YR - Whitehead.