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A ticket issued by the New Zealand Railways, for the last excursion train, which left the Main Street Railway Station and ran, via Roslyn and Longburn, back again, 1 June 1964. The trip was arranged by the Lions Club of Palmerston North to mark the closing of the Main Street Station and the line that ran through the centre of Palmerston North, after a new station was built on the outskirts of the city.

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2008Pa_A175-233_EPH_1542
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Souvenir ticket for last excursion train to leave Palmerston North Main Street Station
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