Save Our Trains campaign arrives in Dunedin
A public meeting of the Save Our Trains campaign will be held on Saturday 15 April 2023 from 2:00pm – 4:00pm at the auditorium of Toitū Otago Settlers Museum, 31 Queens Gardens, Central Dunedin.
Train keeps rolling?
Rail and Maritime Transport Union representative Dave Kearns said the council should avoid closing off opportunities when rail will only grow in the future.
Come to the DCC to support Dunedin Rail
This is a call for attendance to support continuation of Dunedin Railways, at the DCC meeting to be held on Tuesday 13th April at 10am, at the Municipal Chambers in the Octagon.
Rail Union Calls for Dunedin Council to ‘Do the Right Thing’ and Keep Dunedin Railways Rolling
“We are calling on them to choose the boldest option and retain the rail service both on the national network and through the iconic Taieri Gorge.”
The Little Engine That Could?
Although the plans for scenic train trips from Dunedin this summer might only be for a three-month trial, they are welcomed with enthusiasm.
We welcome the Trains not Planes initiative
The Keep Dunedin Rail Rolling campaign has welcomed today’s announcement by Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins that tourist trains will be running in Dunedin this summer.
Don’t let railway suffer cable cars’ fate
The people have spoken — and they want to save Dunedin Railways. John Farry revisits the issue.
Trains stopped, talks continue
As expressions of interest in a tourist train company are evaluated, the Strath Taieri Community Board is calling to be part of any future decisions.
Dunedin Railways decision in October
Dunedin city councillors will consider what to do with Dunedin Railways and its assets in October.
Vital that we once again save the train
Former Taieri Gorge Railway Ltd chairman John Farry reflects on the history of the tourist enterprise and believes it is time to campaign to save the train.
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