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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TR16 as trailing unit on train #731, January 2015
TR08 rests for the weekend at Brighton Freight Hub in January 2015
TR14 and TR01 undergoes servicing at Brighton, January 2015
A cement encrusted DV1 trails the loaded cement train into Devonport yard, January 2015
The Redwater Creek Railway's Krauss locomotive is turned at Sheffield on the completion of another r
The Redwater Creek Railway's Krauss locomotive at Sheffield. January 2015
The Redwater Creek Railway's Krauss locomotive and ex North East Dundas Tramway carriage wait at She
Black painted No. 3 (front) stands ready for service later in the week, whilst green painted No. 5 i
Unlike the first four locomotives, No. 5 was constructed by the North British Locomotive Company whi
No. 5 is being reassembled following boiler inspection and maintenance at the Queenstown workshops i
V9 and V12 were purchased by the Puffing Billy Railway in 1983, but only V12 was regauged and entere
An overhead view of WCWR's D1 (formerly EBR No. 22). Note that the silver air filter was originally
V6 was withdrawn from service and sold in 1983. Like many of its classmates the motor was removed fo
D1 (formerly EBR No. 22) stabled at Queenstown station in November 2014
Loco No. 3 and carriage O 18 sit side by side in the workshops building at Queenstown, November 2014
No. 1 and train approach Queenstown station at the end of its trip from Dubbil Barril. November 2014
No. 1 and train sit in Queenstown station at the end of its trip from Dubbil Barril. November 2014
No. 1 was photographed being turned at Queenstown following its arrival back from Dubbil Barril. Nov

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