Friday, 19 April 2013
Final toot for the Kingston Flyer this month KINGSTON
— New Zealand's famous vintage steam train, the Kingston Flyer, makes its last stop on April 30th, as the summer season comes to a close for winter maintenance.
By Southern Public Relations
Thursday, 19 April 2012
Winter Festival heads to Kingston for 'Steam Powered Party' KINGSTON
— Celebrating fire and ice this winter, New Zealand’s most famous vintage steam train the Kingston Flyer is stoking up a party for all ages at Kingston as part of the American Express Queenstown Winter Festival.
Monday, 2 April 2012
Fantastic result for inaugural celebration weekend KINGSTON
— Almost 1000 guests of all ages visited the tiny town of Kingston last weekend (March 31 and April 1) to ride New Zealand's famous vintage steam train and support the Stroke Foundation of New Zealand.
Tuesday, 8 December 2009
Train sale interest gathers a full head of steam KINGSTON
— Steam train enthusiasts from as far away as North America and Australia are two of 35 parties who have registered an interest in the sale of the sale of the historic Kingston Flyer steam train.
Thursday, 20 March 2008
Fire Update 5pm KINGSTON
— At 5pm this evening the vegetation fire burning 25km south of Queenstown appeared to be back under control, QLDC principal rural fire chief Gordon Bailey said.
Fire Update 2pm KINGSTON
— As of midday today the vegetation fire burning 25km south of Queenstown continued to be ‘well involved’ on the southern fire-front, QLDC principal rural fire chief Gordon Bailey said.
Fire update KINGSTON
— A vegetation fire burning 25km south of Queenstown is now believed to have burned in excess of 1000 hectares.
Wednesday, 19 March 2008
Fire closes highway to kingston KINGSTON
— Dry conditions and high winds have meant a fire on the shores of Lake Wakatipu has spread causing State Highway 6 between Kingston and Queenstown to be closed.