The new Matangi trains are unloaded onto Queens Warf on July 3 in Wellington, New Zealand. The Matangi trains are apart of a multi-million dollar upgrade of the Wellington rail system and have been shipped from Korea to replace the 55 year old commuter trains that make up a part of the Wellington suburban rail network.
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