Due to the Barrow Bridge having been struck by a ship, No.461 (on its first railtour) was to haul the train via Rosslare to Wellingtonbridge where tour passengers were to be transferred to Waterford by bus. No.4 was to take up the train at Waterford, with a trip to Carrick-on-Suir and then back to Dublin via Kilkenny. However, No.461 disgraced itself by failing at Gorey and the trip was hauled by GM 176 from there to Wellingtonbridge, and the set transferred by diesel via Dublin to Waterford overnight. Also, No.4 had been prohibited from entering Waterford due to a weight restriction on a bridge, so the Sunday train started by diesel to Thomastown, to where No.4 had run light. A run back to Kildare, then Tullamore and back to Dublin and Belfast completed the weekend. Saturday 11th May: (461) Dublin Connolly - Gorey; (GM 176) Gorey - Rosslare - Wellingtonbridge; (461 LE) Gorey - Dublin Connolly. Sunday 12th May : (4 LE) Dublin Connolly - Kildare - Kilkenny - Thomastown; (071) Waterford - Thomastown; (4) Thomastown - Kilkenny - Kildare - Tullamore - Dublin Connolly - Belfast Central. Monday 13th May: (4) Belfast Central - Bangor - Lisburn - Antrim - Belfast YR - Larne Harbour - Whitehead.