Wingate Railway Station
Metlink suburban rail
|Address||Wingate Crescent, Lower Hutt|
|Tracks||Main line (2)|
|Opened||25 September 1950|
|Electrified||14 September 1953|
|Owned by||Greater Wellington Regional Council|
The then Hutt Valley Branch to Waterloo opened on 26 May 1927. The branch line was extended to Epuni and Naenae on 7 January 1946 and to Taita on 14 April 1947. Double track was to Naenae only.
The Wingate Station was opened on 25 September 1950. Double track was extended to Wingate and Taita on 22 February 1953. With the opening of the section to Haywards (now called Manor Park) from 1 March 1954 and the closing of the Melling-Haywards section, this route became the main route to Upper Hutt and the Wairarapa.
The following Metlink bus routes serve Wingate station:
|Previous Stop||Metlink Bus Services||Next Stop|
|Eastern Hutt Road
towards Stokes Valley
- Hoy, D.G. Rails out of the Capital (NZRLS, 1970) pp. 62,63
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