Driving Creek Railway

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Located just 3km north of Coromandel Town, the Driving Creek Railway is the creation of potter Barry Brickell, who built the country’s only narrow gauge railway over a period of 26 years. The one-hour train trip passes replanted kauri forest and it includes a unique double-decker viaduct plus two spirals and a great view from the ridge-top terminus.

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380 Driving Creek Road, Coromandel 3506
Telephone (07) 866 8703
Website dcrail.nz

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  • Jon, 25 Jan 2015

    Something different

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  • Cyril, 15 Jan 2014

    Book early to avoid disappointment, especially during the school holidays

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  • Dirk, 04 Nov 2013

    Book ahead in the i site visitor center down in Coromandel town to make sure you'll get a seat on the train.

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  • looshka, 18 Feb 2013

    Это не просто туристический фан, это дело всей жизни одного человека, и это чувствуется во всем! Замечательное приключение и отменные виды!

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