During the first half of the 20th century, Dunedin Railway Station was New Zealand’s busiest terminal managing nearly 100 trains daily. Today, it houses a restaurant, the Otago Art Society’s art museum (The Art Station) and the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame. But don’t worry; your train has not left the station. Dunedin Railways offers several popular tourist excursions. Among their “World Class Train Trips” are scenic rides through the Taieri River Gorge or along the Otago Harbor and then the northern ocean coastline.