Dunedin railway station

Dunedin railway station

Look no further for evidence of the prominence and prestige of rail in early 20th-century New Zealand. Dunedin’s spectacular station, designed by Railways Department architect ‘Gingerbread’ George Troup, celebrated its centenary with great fanfare in October 2006.

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Hannah Drage

Posted: 20 Nov 2014

We visited this station on our Cruise and to my surprise out the front on the path was a plaque of a Janet Frame that was my mum maiden name family from Motherwell Scotland I know my mum had a brother who migrated to Auckland I wonder if it was a relation

Heather Moore

Posted: 10 Oct 2012

It was your Great Grandfather White that helped with the building and it was his horse that is buried under the clock


Posted: 10 Jun 2009

hi I'm graham mccreath and I've been told, my grandfather L.J McCREATH helped build the clocktower in dunedin and they used horse and one of his team of horses died and was burried under the clocktower.