Maidstone Park Miniature Railway

2nd and 4th Sun every month

Maidstone Park Miniature Railway is a group of model engineers and miniature railway enthusiasts

The miniature railway operates for the public on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month between 1pm – 4pm. $2 per ride. No EFTPOS available. Maintaining and operating a railway means that there is always something to do. We have a dedicated team working behind the scenes to keep the railway infrastructure operational. They are a family friendly society that aims to bring enjoyment to the residents of Upper Hutt. Membership is open to anyone who has an interest in model / miniature engineering or railways. If you enjoy working with your hands and this sounds like you, PM (private message) them on Facebook for a membership form. Or come and check out the railway on one of their operating days.



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Maidstone Park Miniature Railway


Maidstone Terrace
Maidstone Park
Upper Hutt


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