more forgotten world tour

Okahukura was our starting point for the railcart ride.

This eucalyptus tree looked quite lonely.

The town of Maitere was our destination and turn-around point for the cars.
forgotten world railcart trip nz

forgotten world railcart trip nz


turning around

Maitere was where a brick-making factory was set up to make bricks that lined the tunnels.
When the tunnels were finished, the owner decided to start baking bread.

sign at maitere nz

bridge over river


annie said...

I just love trains! I am always sad to see them not running anymore.
I joined in the link up too.

annie said...

Wonderful photos! I would certainly love to take a trip like that and see that beautiful countryside.
I love the photo of the cow on the hill.

Peabea Scribbles said...

That looks like a great way to spend a get away with the lovely scenery and a rail ride. The countryside looks so green and pretty. :)

Peabea@Peabea Scribbles

Tom said...

...wow, what a trip, thanks for taking me long.

rupam sarma said...

Interesting. Loved all pics.

Rhonda Albom said...

Looks like a fabulous trip. Love the golf rail cars and the hand-operated turntable.

diane b said...

That looks like so much fun. The scenery id lovely. Great shots too.

Bill said...

What a ride on the rail! Beautiful scenery and photos. I love that bull on the hill.

Rose said...

His bread sounds like my biscuits! Dogs won't eat them!

Love the photos along the way!

NatureFootstep said...

great post. I remember seeing that kind of hills when I visited your country many years ago. I liked them :)

Rambling Woods said...

I love this ..reminds me of a train we took every summer when I was a child...Michelle

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

old trains are fascinating but going from brick making to bread making is a first for me