Redwood Railway Station

Redwood Railway Station on the suburban rail network of Wellington, New Zealand is on the North Island Main Trunk Railway (NIMT). It is double tracked with staggered side platforms; the up platform (north, towards Paraparaumu) is on the north side of the Tawa Street level crossing, the down platform (towards Wellington) on the south.

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Redwood Railway Station - History
... Redwood is one of only two stations on the Paraparaumu Line not on track built by the Wellington and Manawatu Railway Company (WMR) the other is Takapu Road to the south ... Wellington and Longburn and it was purchased by the New Zealand Railways Department in December 1908 ... Redwood is on the northern section of this deviation ...

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