The club has a large clubhouse/station named Massey Junction after our late patron Anne Massey, who played a fundamental role in establishing the club at its present site. The club rooms include a kitchen, toilets, showers, library and display area. There is a large covered area incorporating the station platform, and two separate running tracks which meet at Massey Junction.
Track One is the Spiral Hill track which climbs at a gradient of 1 in 60. This track includes gauges of 3 1/2", 5" and 7 1/4". Its length is 850 metres. A 20 metre tunnel is a feature of this track.
The second track, the Prairie Route, runs 1200 metres around Centre Park and is fairly level with a 60 metre low level viaduct. This track is 5" and 7 1/4" gauge.
The railway is open every Sunday with train rides commencing at 11 am, weather permitting.
All fares are $2 per ride or a discount ticket of 12 rides for $20.
Party groups are catered for by arrangement, please use the contact form to make the initial inquiry.
The railway and club rooms are situated in Centre Park, Robertson Rd, Mangere, Auckland, New Zealand.
This Google Earth grid reference will be also help you to find our railway.
If you put this into "fly to" box in the top left hand corner of the Google Earth screen you will be taken to our club house.
The current photo was taken in March 2009.
The Map above details the route to take to find the club and track.
These are held on the fourth Thursday of every month from 7pm to 10pm. These include general business, and a 'bits-and-pieces' section where members display their current projects. The evening finishes with a light supper.
Picture of clubhouse showing a variety of member trains awaiting passengers.