Photo Gallery

All photos on this site

This section lists all catalogued images on this site, including Tasmanian Rail News magazine, Tasmanian Transport Museum, Derwent Valley Railway as well as the more general sections of this site.

Sorted by date taken - Oldest First - Newest First
Sorted by date entered - Oldest First - Newest First

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Front of Y6 at Don River Railway; April 2010
Main driving position of 866, with throttle control stand on the right, and two brake heads directly
Builders plate fitted to CCS23
Trains often run late but three and a half days late may be considered excessive! Derailment delayed
On the last day of Pacific National Tasmania operations Z locos 2111 and 2113 lead a westbound 20 wa
Z2111 is trailing loco on No. 546 coal train at Powranna, November 2009
On its first running day since returning to service, C22 heads another trip back into the museum yar
With its work for the day complete, C22 returns to the roundhouse at the end of successful days runn
1004 at the Zig Zag Railway near Lithgow, New South Wales in November 2009. Following its preservati
2156 is trailing loco behind 2269, 2213, 2202 on an empty coal train from Abbot Point near Kaili, Qu
2182 and 2171 are the trailing two locos on a loaded Coal train near Kaili, Queensland, August 2009
2211 leads the eastbound Inlander near Townsville, Queensland. August 2009
Hobart tram No. 141 and displays at Tasmanian Transport Museum, May 2009
MTT trolley bus No. 74 and Launceston Municipal Tramways No. 13 on display at the museum, May 2009
Some of the members responsible for the restoration of loco pose in front of C22 after its first ste
X18 under restoration, April 2009
After two full days of closure, the first train over the new Brighton bridge was 132, lead by D2020
D2020 and MKA2132 lead train #132 into Tea Tree, 29 March 2009

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