Waverley Railway Precinct

Beach Road
Waverley, Taranaki
The Waverley Railway Station is a lean-to designed, Vogel Class 4 station built in 1881 as part of the Foxton–Carlyle railway at a cost of £1,125. It was in use for over 100 years. It is now a museum. The Rail Heritage Trust website claims "Waverley is the finest extant example of the modified Vogel class 4 station."

The Waverley Post Office, built in 1928, is a splendid building and was once the hub of the town. It is now a private residence. The old wooden town hall has an Historic Places Trust Category II classification.


Heritage, Museum
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