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The Station Museum has an interesting collection of items on display from within different sections of the community

 

Iwi Displays

Iwi Section - Rey Alabastro

Tauihu – Waka Prow

 

Colonial Section

Colonial

Lounge Area

 

Lest We Forget

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Lest We Forget

 

Maori and the Early Landscape

This area explores the early history of the local Iwi Ngati Haumia, showing respect to great Ngati Toa warriors Te Rauparaha and Te Rangihaeata.

Colonial and Early European Settlement

A section showing various items that would have been found in and around the early houses of the area.

United States Marines

Paekakariki was a large settlement during World War II for the US Marines.

There where three different camps in the area housing something like 15,000 men.

Camp Mackay with 4650 men and was built on the flat plateau above McKays Crossing.
Camp Russell housed 4,850 men in 112 tent decks and a number of officer’s quarters.
Camp Paekakariki was the largest camp and housed 5,200 men and was at the North End of the village.

Railway Section

This are has several different types of trolleys from the NZR era. along with a good selection of different memorabilia.

For the younger ones we also have a working model railway that runs around the roof of the area.

World War I and World War II

Here we have the restored Paekakariki War Memorial Plaque, along with Military Records and Documents from the local men who served their country

Signal Box

The Signal Box can be viewed any time but special arrangements need to be made if internal access is required.

 


 

 

US Marines Display

PSM-35

A friend in need exhibition

 

Railway Displays

Rail Section

Railway items on display

 

Signal Box

Sig-Box-Exhibit

Signal Box

 

Paekakariki Station Museum ~ Adjacent to State Highway 1, Paekakariki 

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