Walking through Wellington’s Transport History
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Walking through Wellington’s Transport History

See how transport has shaped our city on this year’s Heritage Week walking tour!

We will be moving through time, tracing tracks, trams, and trains. Join engineers on a journey around key sites in Wellington’s transport history on this 90-minute walking tour around the CBD.

We will discuss how transport infrastructure has moulded the development of the city and what we might like the city to look like in the future. From pre-colonial pathways and streams to the latest ideas and issues in urban planning - discover Wellington through a new lens!

Image: Wellington City Council Leyland Comet bus. Evening post (Newspaper. 1865-2002): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post newspaper. Ref: 114/343/08-G. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/23019379

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Location: Meeting at Wellington Railway Station

Duration: 90 minutes

Cost: Free

Engineering New Zealand in partnership with the Transportation Group

Engineering New Zealand is the professional body for engineers. We think engineering is at the heart of all major transformations. Knowledge of our engineering heritage inspires and informs our future. The Transportation Group New Zealand is a Technical Interest Group of Engineering New Zealand. The group works to advance the technical knowledge, planning and management of land-based transportation facilities, networks and systems for the movement of people and goods.

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