OAMARU, HUMBER STREET
This wooden building was designed by George Troup in1900. It was Ōamaru’s second station and typified the town’s move north from Tyne St.
Its 700 seat dining room was the largest in the South Island. At the station’s peak, eight passenger trains with over 5000 people passed through it in a single day. The passenger service closed in 2002.
45 Humber Street