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One of New Zealand's most famous preserved trains is the Kingston Flyer, which takes its name from a passenger express that once ran between Kingston and places south, but never to or through Gore although some people think that it did.
The FM Hokonui radio station broadcasts from Gore to listeners in Southland and South Otago.
By 1864 a road from Balclutha through Gore to Invercargill had been opened for wheeled traffic which allowed the establishment of a regular coach service between Invercargill and Dunedin.
By 1877 there were enough business opportunities in the area for the Bank of New Zealand to establish a branch in Gore.
Gore is a service town for the surrounding farm communities.
It is divided by the Mataura River into Gore and East Gore, the majority of the town being situated on the western banks of the river.
The Main South Line railway from Dunedin to Invercargill runs through the town, though passenger services ceased in 2003.
Gore was once a busy railway junction; the Waimea Plains Railway ran west to connect with the Kingston Branch in Lumsden, while the Waikaka Branch connected with the Main South Line nearby in Mc Nab.
The farm sector went into decline after 1976 which led to a corresponding decline in the population.
This growth has led to low unemployment in the town.
Gore and surrounding districts have various primary, intermediate & high schools.
In 1885 Gore was constituted a borough and in 1890 Gordon, by now commonly known as East Gore, amalgamated with Gore.
From the end of the Second World War until 1976 Gore enjoyed prosperity driven by record prices for agricultural produce which saw the town’s population rise from 5,000 in 1945 to 9,000 in 1976.