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Journey Invite friends to discover what they are reading by connecting to Facebook. Connect with friends on Facebook and start sharing new and exciting content. Kingston Flyer on market again NZ Newswire April 20, 2013, 1:42 pm Central Otago's
Runners to take on iconic train NZ Newswire January 6, 2013, 9:42 am More than 300 runners are expected to take on the iconic Kingston Flyer train in a race near Queenstown. After operations were temporarily suspended last month due to mechanical
Kingston Flyer back on track NZ Newswire December 31, 2012, 10:03 am Central Otago's historic Kingston Flyer steam train will be back on the tracks this Friday, after boiler problems knocked out one of its locomotives...However, another locomotive,
Eleven Flyer staff were laid off on Sunday because of safety concerns about the steam train, the Otago Daily Times reports. Leaks in the boiler of its AB778 locomotive could grow into cracks and in a worst case scenario cause the boiler to explode.
Media Release from the Kingston Flyer 18 September 2012 New chef to bring the perfect match of food and wine to iconic train experience An experienced chef with a passion for local produce is the perfect person to guide the new look cafe at Kingston'
Auckland [ change ] Partly cloudy Max 16° Min 8° Ten coolest days in NZ kick off in Queenstown Destination Queenstown, Fuseworks June 22, 2012, 11:06 am New Zealand's 10 coolest days of the year will kick off in downtown Queenstown tonight when the
The Flyer season closed this weekend having notched up close to 16,000 visitors for the season. For the previous two years it had sat on its rails until new owner David Bryce stepped up to the plate' to buy it and save it from overseas ownership or
Great result for inaugural celebration weekend Southern PR, Fuseworks April 2, 2012, 3:50 pm Almost 1,000 guests of all ages visited the tiny town of Kingston last weekend (March 31 and April 1) to ride New Zealand's famous vintage steam train and
The iconic steam train started operations again over the weekend after a lay off of close to two years after its previous owners were put into receivership Kingston Flyer administration manager Diane Simpson says they had five sold-out trains
The Kingston Flyer Steam Train starts its summer season after being locked up in an at times acrimonious ownership dispute for the last couple of years Kingston Flyer administrator, Diane Simpson, says everyone around the region has been very