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Kawatiri railway station was a rural railway station that served the small settlement of in the Tasman District of New Zealand’s South Island. Kawatiri is located on State Highway 6 at the junction with State Highway 63. It was one of 25 stations on the Nelson Section, and marked the furthest extent of Railways Department operations on the line. Kawatiri was one of the shortest-lived stations operated by the Railways Department: 5 years, 21 days between 1926 and 1931. The original intention was to extend the line to Inangahua Junction and Westport. Only the Westport-Inangahua section was built in the end.

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  • Kawatiri railway station was a rural railway station that served the small settlement of in the Tasman District of New Zealand’s South Island. Kawatiri is located on State Highway 6 at the junction with State Highway 63. It was one of 25 stations on the Nelson Section, and marked the furthest extent of Railways Department operations on the line. Kawatiri was one of the shortest-lived stations operated by the Railways Department: 5 years, 21 days between 1926 and 1931. The original intention was to extend the line to Inangahua Junction and Westport. Only the Westport-Inangahua section was built in the end.
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  • Remnants of Kawatiri Station, 2007.
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  • Kawatiri railway station was a rural railway station that served the small settlement of in the Tasman District of New Zealand’s South Island. Kawatiri is located on State Highway 6 at the junction with State Highway 63. It was one of 25 stations on the Nelson Section, and marked the furthest extent of Railways Department operations on the line. Kawatiri was one of the shortest-lived stations operated by the Railways Department: 5 years, 21 days between 1926 and 1931. The original intention was to extend the line to Inangahua Junction and Westport. Only the Westport-Inangahua section was built in the end. Kawatiri is situated in the Hope River gorge, with the Kahurangi National Park to the west and the Hope River to the east. State Highway 63 crossed the station yard via a bridge at the northern end of the yard, before crossing the Hope River and continuing on into the Wairau Valley. State Highway 6 passed by the station to the west between the station yard and the national park. Facilities at this station included a platform, loading bank, goods shed, siding, passenger shelter and equipment shed.
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