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George Troup

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Railway stations

Before most people had cars or telephones, let alone television and the Internet, the railway provided many communities with their main connection to the outside world. Read the full article

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Railway stations came in all shapes and sizes, ranging from imposing big-city monuments to elegant wooden provincial structures and tiny rural shelter

Dunedin’s spectacular station – look no further for evidence of the prominence and prestige of rail in early 20th-century New Zealand.