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Wellington Railway Station is the primary train station serving the city of Wellington, New Zealand. Set up in 1937, the station replaced the earlier two terminals of the capital: Thomdon and Lambton. This railway station has nine platforms in total. Do not forget to include the Wellington Museum in your travel itinerary when you are in the neighborhood. The museum is a heritage building and was built in 1892 by a renowned architect called Frederick de Jersey Clere. The museum showcases the story of the region through its rich collection of exhibits. Located on Mulgrave Street, Old St. Paul’s Cathedral is a major Wellington landmark. It also serves as a popular venue for weddings and other events and is a historic site. It is situated in the heart of New Zealand’s capital city. Are you planning a trip to Wellington? Then check out these great places to stay near the Wellington Railway Station.

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