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Trains That Get You To The Games - Dunedin

Trains That Get You To The Games –
Match Day Train Schedule and Pricing Announced

Dunedin (Thursday, August 4 2011) The final details of the trains that will take passengers to and from Mosgiel and Waitati on Dunedin’s Rugby World Cup 2011 match days have been announced.

A return ticket will cost just $20 for the trip either to or from the Dunedin Railway Station and up to 200 passengers on each train can take advantage of this exciting way to start and end their Rugby World Cup adventure.

Louise Burnside, from Taieri Gorge Railway Marketing, says: “Taieri Gorge Railway are delighted to be involved in this major Dunedin Cup attraction”.

“We hope that Otago residents embrace the opportunity to eliminate car parking hassles and travel by train."

Bookings are being taken at Taieri Gorge Railway and the Dunedin i-SITE Visitor Centre.

The timetable for the trains is:
Sunday 18 September 2011 / Saturday 24 September 2011
Departs Waitati 3.15pm
Arrives Dunedin 4.05pm
Departs Dunedin 9.30pm
Arrives Waitati 10.20pm
Departs Mosgiel 3.30pm
Arrives Dunedin 4.00pm
Departs Dunedin 9.30pm
Arrives Mosgiel 10.00pm

Saturday 10 September 2011 / Sunday 2 October 2011
Departs Waitati 5.40pm
Arrives Dunedin 6.30pm
Departs Dunedin 11.30pm
Arrives Waitati 12.20am
Departs Mosgiel 6.05pm
Arrives Dunedin 6.35pm
Departs Dunedin 11.30pm
Arrives Mosgiel 12.00am

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