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.

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Overall view of the northern end of Brighton bridge, showing gap in track and almost complete work b
Overall view of the southern end of Brighton bridge, showing old and new tracks, as well as the tamp
Ex AN tamper in use on new Brighton bridge approach
Ballast Regulator in use on new Brighton bridge approach
Cab of C22 following restoration
A society member applies paint to railcar DP15 during its restoration, February 2009
D2020 and DQ2005 haul Z2113-Z2112-ZA2116 and Z2110 and train 164 around the River Derwent foreshore
After having brought train 632 from Boyer to Tea Tree, the Hobart-based crew leave Tea Tree loop wit
ZA class locos 2114 and 2116 approach East Tamar on Friday 6 February 2009 with container train 653
Heavily stripped and all work stopped, DQ2001 sits at the back of South Dynon workshops, Melbourne i
Ballast wagon QG 17 waits until it is required for use again, January 2009
ZR2100 and MKA2137 shunt Hobart yard, January 2009
MKA2137 - MKA2132 - ZR2100 lead the southbound
Having given up its bogies to keep the DQ class active, stored QR2056 sits on workshop bogies in the
The Linmac shunter waits for its next move outside the main workshop building at East Tamer. Decembe
MKA2132 rests on jacks inside the workshops at East Tamar after minor derailment damage, December 20
Following derailment damage in the south of the state, MKA2131 was transported by road to East Tamar
Its rebuild stopped part way through, ex New Zealand loco DC4588 remains stored at East Tamar worksh

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