Kiokio railway station

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Kiokio railway station
LocationNew Zealand
Line(s)North Island Main Trunk
Opened9 March 1887
Closed28 November 1971 goods,
9 June 1969 passenger[1]
ElectrifiedJune 1988
1955 one inch to one mile map (Source- Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) and licensed by LINZ for re-use under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 New Zealand licence)

Kiokio railway station was a station on the North Island Main Trunk in New Zealand.[2][3]

In 1913 traffic at the station was described as, "rapidly increasing" and the Minister for Railways approved a goods shed 30 ft (9.1 m) by 20 ft (6.1 m) with a verandah over a new siding.[4]


  1. ^ Juliet Scoble: Names & Opening & Closing Dates of Railway Stations in New Zealand
  2. ^ New Zealand Railway and Tramway Atlas (First ed.). Quail Map Co. 1965. pp. 3 & 4.
  3. ^ Pierre, Bill (1981). North Island Main Trunk. Wellington: A.H&A.W Reed. pp. 289–290. ISBN 0589013165.
  4. ^ King Country Chronicle, Volume VII, Issue 590, 2 August 1913, Page 5 KIO KIO RAILWAY STATION. GOODS SHED PROVIDED

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CFG Heritage: Te Awamutu Reinforcement Project - archaeological assessment
Figures 28 and 29 map and photo of probable location of Kiokio goods shed

Preceding station Historical railways Following station
Te Kawa
Line open, station closed
  North Island Main Trunk
Line open, station open