Seven years of hard work and much fundraising have seen the completion of a major project involving members of the Lauder community. The Lauder Beautification Society started on its Railway
Station project in 2014. Unlike the Clyde Station restoration, the group had to relocate and refurbish the old Lauder Station as well as doing interior painting and exterior landscaping.

The society, in partnership with the Otago Central Rail Trail Trust, has just completed the interior with information panels telling the story of the area. Promote Dunstan, which played a major part in the Clyde project, donated copies of several railway posters for the restored Lauder Station. (Copies can also be seen in the Clyde Station.)