The Canterbury Railway Society is the operator of the Ferrymead Railway, situated at Ferrymead Heritage Park in Christchurch.
The Ferrymead Railway and the Canterbury Railway Society trace their heritage back to the 1940s when the New Zealand Railway and Locomotive Society was formed.
Located in Christchurch, the Society is a non-profit organisation that carries out a range of activities, including the operation of the Ferrymead Railway, the preservation of locomotives, rolling stock, buildings and other railway equipment.
We need donations to help us protect our items along with developing our Archive and Library collections.
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Based at Ferrymead Heritage Park, the Canterbury Railway Society restores and operates a collection of steam, diesel and electric locomotives, rolling stock, signalling equipment and buildings.
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on 24 Mar 2021
My dad, Bruce Conway Dunn, passed on his love for trains to me.
Keep up the good work!
on 09 Sep 2020
To help you guys keep on doing what you do
on 31 Mar 2020
for the Electric Traction team.
on 20 Aug 2019
Toward fixing and replacing damaged or stolen equipment.
Created by, and paying to a verified bank account of,
The Canterbury Railway Society Incorporated (Charity)
A Registered Charity has legal recognition under the Charities Act 2005.
Donations of over $5 are eligible for a New Zealand charitable giving tax credit.
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