Train sights in New Zealand
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With narrow tunnels, deep gorges, winding tracks, rugged canyons and more than a dozen stone and wrought-iron viaduct crossings (up to 50m high), the scenic Taieri Gorge Railway consistently rates highly with visitors.
On Sundays ride the old Steam Train from the historic district to the waterfront area. The two steam trains date from 1877 and 1924, although in winter they’re occasionally replaced by a diesel.