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KIWI RAIL DOING THEIR BIT FOR KAIKOURA

KIWI RAIL DOING THEIR BIT FOR KAIKOURA

Shortly after a 7.5 magnitude earthquake shook Kaikoura, Kiwi Rail immediately shut down all of its South Island services. 200 kilometres of track and structures were affected. There were over 100 slips and 59 damaged bridges. In the coming nine months, 1500 Kiwi Rail staff would work tirelessly to redesign and restructure a ‘munted’ part of New Zealand.

 

Look out for a brilliant life hack in this clip. You’ll discover how something as inconspicuous as a tiny piece of Blu Tack got New Zealand’s trains running again!

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