Pukekohe Train Station is the southern terminus of the Eastern and Southern Lines of the Auckland
railway network. It has an island platform between the main lines and an original wooden station building complete with signal panel.The Auckland - Wellington
Overlander stops at Pukekohe.Opened in 1875, the station was formally known as The Pukekohe Railway Station And Post And Telegraph Office.
: Since 2000, the country town of Pukekohe has been the southern terminus for the Southern and Eastern Lines. However most suburban trains start or terminate at the former terminus at Papakura (18.2 km north of Pukekohe).On public holidays and weekends there are no service to Pukekohe Station.Currently two suburban units stand at Pukekohe station overnight in the newly created rail yard.