This is a list of the stations that were established on the Nelson Section, an isolated 96 kilometres (60 mi) long railway in the Tasman district of New Zealand’s South Island. Most stations handled passenger traffic until passenger services were withdrawn in 1954, and most also handled freight. One, Gowanbridge, was never used in revenue service, and Kawatiri had a relatively short lifespan of only 5 years and 21 days. All stations, other than Gowanbridge and Kawatiri, were closed along with the line on 3 September 1955.
|Port Nelson (Wakefield Quay)||00.00||17 May 1880||3 September 1955||Station building preserved by Nelson Railway Society. Currently located at Founders Heritage Park.|
|Nelson||01.61||29 January 1876||3 September 1955|
|Hampden St. Crossing||-||Listed in some Working Timetables as a place where the train could stop if required for school students to disembark. Not a real station.|
|Bishopdale||04.67||29 January 1876||3 September 1955|
|Freezing Works||11.10||April 1909|
|Richmond||13.52||29 January 1876|
|Appleby||15.13||23 April 1895|
|Hope||16.74||29 January 1876|
|Spring Grove||23.50||Station building preserved by Nelson Railway Society. Renamed to "Grove Station" and located at the end of Sovereign Street.|
|Foxhill||34.12||25 July 1881|
|Belgrove||c35.63||c.1890||First location of this station was about 100 metres south-west of the highway due to the original route chosen for the railway which was later changed. Station building preserved at Belgrove.|
|Belgrove||35.63||c.1890||3 September 1955||The second location of Belgrove station was established with the change of route from 1890.|
|Motupiko||51.34||16 February 1899|
|Mararewa||56.49||22 October 1906|
|Tapawera||59.22||6 August 1906|
|Kiwi||76.28||18 December 1908||Station building preserved at Tapawera, housing a museum.|
|Tui||81.43||2 September 1912||Station building preserved by Nelson Railway Society. Located near Miyazu Japanese Gardens, Nelson.|
|Glenhope||96.64||Station building preserved, at original location.|
|Kawatiri||103.20||21 June 1926||21 June 1931|
|Gowanbridge||109.50||August 1930||3 October 1932||Never used for timetabled or revenue traffic.|
- Quail Map Company (1993). Yonge, John (ed.). New Zealand Railway and Tramway Atlas (Fourth ed.). England: The Quail Map Company. p. 17. ISBN 0-900609-92-3.
- O’Donnell, Barry (2005). When Nelson Had A Railway: The Life And Death Of New Zealand’s Last Isolated Railway 1876–1955. Wellington: Schematics Limited. ISBN 0-476-01119-1.