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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 6, Issue 5 (November 2, 1931)

Wellington's New Goods Terminal. — This fine modern railway freight terminal was opened on 17th August last, and is already attracting fresh traffic on account of the case and expedition with which business can be handled there. The offices are on two floors, at the south end of the main shed. There are thrack capable of holding seventy-seven wagons. The building has both roof and wall lighting, and all freight, both outward and inward, is now handled under cover. The main driveway for road tra…

Wellington's New Goods Terminal. This fine modern railway freight terminal was opened on 17th August last, and is already attracting fresh traffic on account of the case and expedition with which business can be handled there. The offices are on two floors, at the south end of the main shed. There are thrack capable of holding seventy-seven wagons. The building has both roof and wall lighting, and all freight, both outward and inward, is now handled under cover. The main driveway for road traffic within the shed is very spacious, being 165 yards long and 16 yards wide. There are three platforms (including one temporary loading platform outside the shed), having a total space of 2,288 square yards. (Inset, transport methods in the old days.)

Wellington's New Goods Terminal.
This fine modern railway freight terminal was opened on 17th August last, and is already attracting fresh traffic on account of the case and expedition with which business can be handled there. The offices are on two floors, at the south end of the main shed. There are thrack capable of holding seventy-seven wagons. The building has both roof and wall lighting, and all freight, both outward and inward, is now handled under cover. The main driveway for road traffic within the shed is very spacious, being 165 yards long and 16 yards wide. There are three platforms (including one temporary loading platform outside the shed), having a total space of 2,288 square yards. (Inset, transport methods in the old days.)