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  1. Kiwi Rail Details
    New Zealand Railways

  2. The Great Journeys of New Zealand passenger trains Details
    The Great Journeys of New Zealand is the tourism division of KiwiRail that brings together its three Scenic train services (TranzAlpine, Northern Explorer and Coastal Pacific) with its passenger ferry business, Interislander. The new division was launched in May 2017 and replaced the former tourism brand KiwiRail Scenic Journeys.[1] It has continuity with the earlier InterCity Rail (19871995) and Tranz Scenic (19952011).

  3. TRANSDEV - Wellington Suburban Rail passenger trains Details

  4. Dunedin Railways passenger trains Details
    Explore the beautiful scenery of Dunedin and the surrounding Otago region with Dunedin Railways Winter Journeys. Our iconic trips will take you along the coast to the village of Waitati on The Seasider, through the spectacular Taieri River Gorge on The Inlander or on a culture-packed day trip to the historic town of Oamaru on The Victorian.

  5. The Kingston Flyer passenger trains Details
    The Kingston Flyer is New Zealand's famous vintage steam train, based in Kingston on the southern shores of Lake Wakatipu, a 40-minute drive south of Queenstown. The Flyer's history spans over 125 years and it still departs Kingston Station two times daily during its running season (beginning 1st October through 30th April).

  6. Gisborne City Vintage Railway- Steam Locomotive. Wa165 passenger trains Details
    This outstanding restoration is the sole surviving WA Class locomotive in New Zealand. Relive the colourful past of Steam Rail Transport on the beautiful Pacific Coast around Gisborne. Running from the train station out to Muriwai and back, WA165 is one of the most famous and scenic rail rides in the country.

  7. Weka Pass Railway passenger trains Details
    The Weka Pass Railway is a historic rural railway using both vintage steam and diesel-electric locomotives on 12.8 km of scenic line through the unique limestone beauty of the Weka Pass out of Waipara.

  8. Plains Vintage Railway (Ashburton, Canterbury) Details
    The Plains was officially opened to the public in 1973. From the first seeds that were sown at the end of 1968 when the former Tinwald to Mt Somers Branchline was closed, a genuine pioneer country village has grown, from where the Vintage Railway now operates over 3 km of the remaining branchline.

  9. Pleasant Point Museum and Railway (Ashburton, Canterbury) Details
    Board the train at the original Railway Station, built in 1875, which is in the centre of the quaint country town of Pleasant Point. Travel down the track to the Keanes Crossing complex where there is vintage Railway Rolling Stock including Steam Locomotives: * 85 ton Ab699 built 1922 * 16 ton D16 built 1878. World's only Model T Ford Railcar Travel by steam train or the world's only Model T Ford Railcar through the tree-lined centre of the town, to the Keanes Crossing complex.

  10. Ocean Beach Railway (Dunedin) Details
    New Zealand's Pioneer Railway Museum

  11. Silver Stream Railway (Hutt Valley) Details
    we hope that you will take an opportunity to pay a visit to the Silver Stream Railway. Here, nestled in this quiet corner of the Hutt Valley, you will find one of New Zealand's most comprehensive and largest collections of preserved and operating steam locomotives. We operate a steam train most Sundays of the year.

  12. Canterbury Railway Society Details
    Based at Ferrymead Heritage Park, the Canterbury Railway Society restores and operates New Zealand's finest collection of steam, diesel and electric locomotives, rolling stock, signalling equipment and buildings. The Ferrymead Railway and the Canterbury Railway Society trace their heritage back to the 1940s when the New Zealand Railway and Locomotive Society was formed. Located in Christchurch, the Society is a non-profit organisation that carries out a range of activities, including the operation of the Ferrymead Railway, the preservation of locomotives and rolling stock, the sale of publications and souvenirs, and the publication of a monthly newsletter for members.


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