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New Zealand Railway and Locomotive Society

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

New Zealand Railway and Locomotive Society
AbbreviationNZR&LS
PredecessorNew Zealand Railway Correspondence Society
FormationIncorporated as a society: 31 July 1958 (1958-07-31)
TypeIncorporated Society
HeadquartersPetone, Wellington
President
Graeme Carter
AffiliationsFederation of Rail Organisations of New Zealand
Websiterailsoc.org.nz

The New Zealand Railway and Locomotive Society Inc is a society of railway enthusiasts, based in Wellington. It was incorporated in 1958.[1]

The society archives are in the Thomas McGavin Building on Ava railway station's former goods yard in the Hutt Valley.[2] At one time an old railway carriage held at the Ngaio railway station was used.[3]

Publications

The society publishes a magazine, the New Zealand Railway Observer (ISSN 0028-8624), that was first published by the New Zealand Railway Correspondence Society on a Gestetner in 1944,[4] and a newsletter Turntable. The society publishes books on railway subjects. There are currently about 25 books available, as listed on the website. Most are about New Zealand railways, but there is a book Cane Trains about railways in Fiji.

Rolling stock

The society owns steam locomotives AB 608 and X 442.[5]

References

  1. ^ "Certificate of Incorporation - New Zealand Railway and Locomotive Society". Registrar of Incorporated Societies. Retrieved 4 March 2019.
  2. ^ Parsons, David (2010). Wellington’s Railway: Colonial Steam to Matangi. Wellington: New Zealand Railway & Locomotive Society. p. 141. ISBN 978-0-908573-88-2.
  3. ^ Hermann, Bruce J (2007). North Island Branch Lines. Wellington: New Zealand Railway & Locomotive Society. p. 66. ISBN 978-0-908573-83-7.
  4. ^ "That Very First 'New Zealand Railway Observer'". NZRLS. 25 November 2013. Retrieved 1 June 2020.
  5. ^ Rolling Stock Register New Zealand Railway and Locomotive Society

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