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New stations for Te Huia

A look at the two new stations, upgraded Huntly and brand new Rotokauri, to be served by Te Huia

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Huntly station has received a full makeover for Te Huia, with new platforms and structures installed. The platform still sits on the loop, separating stopping services from through traffic

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Huntly's new station sign also incorporates the Māori name for the town

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While blank at present, Huntly's new information sign is in place and ready to go

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Exiting the platforms, signage directs passengers to places of interest

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In a bid to encourage alternate forms of transport to the station itself, Huntly also now features bike parking

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A view of the overhauled platform from the existing overbridge

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Rotokauri is a brand new station in Hamilton, situated behind The Base shopping centre

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Rotokauri is a bus/train interchange, with bus routes already serving the station. This also gives easy access to The Base via the new pedestrian overpass

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The pedestrian overpass is protected from weather, and links the bus interchange, railway platform and The Base

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View of the Rotokauri platform from the overpass. The platform is not yet open to the public

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Access to the siding in the area is maintained, with access from the Down Main

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The entrance of Rotokauri station from The Base

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Overview of the platform and bus interchange from closer to The Base

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