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In this article we will look at how the Internet can be a great resource for small businesses in New Zealand, as well as the benefits that a website design company can provide to help create an attractive online presence. If you’re looking to promote your product or service online then one of the key …

GVR – Special Events and Extra Running Days

Listed below are special events that are run each operating season plus extra running days. For further information contact Glenbrook Station (operating days only) or the Railway Enthusiasts Society clubrooms. Phone numbers are listed in the ‘Contact Details’ web page on this site. Bookings are not taken for seat reservations for any of the special …

Society Membership

The only qualification for membership is an interest in railways and railway travel. Members are drawn from all walks of life and all ages. Membership is on an annual basis starting from your joining date. Membership Categories Adult Individual membership for people above school age. Includes:- Full voting rights at formal Society meetings. Use of …

Charter Trips (available all year)

Our vintage steam trains are available for charter at any time during the year for any occasion, whether for that special birthday party, wedding, anniversary celebration, business event, tour group, photographic event, or just for fun. If you require a train for an hour, a morning, an afternoon, or a day, perhaps with refreshments supplied …

How you can help

Volunteers to help run the Glenbrook Vintage Railway are always required on operating days, plus volunteer help with maintenance and restoration activities is also needed. On operating days we require volunteers for the station (refreshment room, souvenir shop, ticket sellers, jigger operators) and the train (guard, assistant guard, steam locomotive fireman who we train through …

About the Society

The Railway Enthusiasts Society Inc. was registered under the incorporated Societies’ Act on the 17th of July 1958, with its principle objectives being as follows:- To foster an intelligent interest in railways and in their operation and development generally. To facilitate the exchange between railway enthusiasts of information concerning the history, development, design, construction and …