Kilometre Markers

Originally mile markers measured the distance along the railway line. In later years kilometre markers were introduced, although some mile markers still remain today.

Photo: Matthew Sole

Trailside numbered markers can help you measure your progress in kilometres. You will not be starting at “zero,” as these concrete markers include the original distance of the branch railway line from Wingatui, (south of Dunedin) to Middlemarch. 

You will either;

start or end your trip at the 64 km mark at Middlemarch or,

start or end your trip at the 215 km mark at Clyde.