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- Trading as KiwiRail and headquartered in Wellington, New Zealand, KiwiRail is the largest rail transport operator in New Zealand. KiwiRail has business...
- government services and state-owned enterprises, such as Kiwibank, KiwiSaver and KiwiRail. New Zealand portal Bloke Kiwiana, items or icons particular to...
- and replaced the former tourism brand KiwiRail Scenic Journeys. It has continuity with the earlier InterCity Rail (1987–1995) and Tranz Scenic (1995–2011)...
- finally the rail and ferry operations in 2008, creating a new state-owned enterprise, KiwiRail. Today, services are primarily provided by KiwiRail and focused...
- entire rail and ferry operations, naming the service KiwiRail. ONTRACK's railway infrastructure and employees were then transferred to KiwiRail in 2008...
- New Zealand DL cl**** of diesel-electric locomotives was manufactured for KiwiRail by CRRC Dalian with engines from MTU. They are the most powerful diesel-electric...
- Wellington on the North Island Main Trunk in New Zealand. It is operated by KiwiRail. The service began in 1991. It was the only unsubsidised commuter service...
- by DC cl**** locomotives cl****ified DC or DCP and driven by Toll Rail and later KiwiRail locomotive engineers. Auckland's SA set operations ceased in September...
- service". www.kiwirail.co.nz. 20 September 2012. Retrieved 10 June 2018. "KiwiRail launches Waitomo and Hobbiton Escape package". www.kiwirail.co.nz. 14 February...
- Picton in the South Island. It is owned and operated by state-owned rail operator KiwiRail. Three roll-on roll-off (RORO) vessels operate the 50-nautical-mile...
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