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Dunedin Railway Station, Dunedin

Categories: Mass Transportation Systems, Transportation
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4.6/5 based on 1,600+ reviews on the web
Stop at Dunedin Railway Station to witness one of the most striking architectural sites in New Zealand, which displays a mix of styles from Edwardian Baroque to Classical and Neo-Gothic. Make sure to bring your camera when you visit this photogenic attraction, with its dark and white stone exterior and intricate interior featuring a floor covered in nearly 750,000 tiles. A number of sightseeing trains leave from the station, and you can kick back and relax as a vintage train brings you through classic New Zealand scenery, such as the seaside or breathtaking gorges. Tip: if you're visiting on Saturday, a farmer's market in front of the station lets you sample and purchase local produce. Arrange your visit to Dunedin Railway Station and discover more family-friendly attractions in Dunedin using our Dunedin trip builder.
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  • We were walking down to the museum and called past to view the station building and surrounds. Great architecture, walked through to platform, the 10am coastal train trip was getting ready for departu...  read more »
  • A stunning building, but really just that. Would like to be able to either tour the building or have a bit of a museum attached to it with the history of the railway. It is free, and worth a look thou...  read more »
  • Only had a quick view / pass through but suffice to say the building is truly spectacular. What I saw of the inside was splendid. Unfortunately we arrived late in the day, hence the shortened viewing. 
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