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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AAL10  brings up the rear of a charter train at Hayes, October 2004
Hauling a train for the Derwent Valley Railway, M5 approaches Hayes, October 2004
Carriage ACS4 at Glenorchy, October 2004
The interior of carriage ACS4, October 2004
Cab side numbers and English Electric builders plate fitted to X18 (Derwent Valley Railway)
D2020 - ZR2101 - DQ2011 & train #332 at Bridgewater, October 2004
D2020 - ZR2101 - DQ2011 & train #332 at Brighton, October 2004
A typically grubby Z2111 shunts Hobart yard in October 2004
Puffing Billy Railway's D21. This loco was originally TGR loco V12. Major changes include regauging,
Train #166 at Bridgewater with locos ZR2101 - QR2056 - DQ2001 - Z2113 - ZA2117
Train #166 at Bridgewater with locos ZR2101 - QR2056 - DQ2001 - Z2113 - ZA2117
The vertical boiler locomotive following reassembly, August 2004
A view of New Norfolk station and yard
The final twelve X class were constructed at the Dick Kerr (Preston) works of English Electric, and
Stored loco ZC2146 at East Tamar workshops in April 2004
Not long before services on the North East line ceased, on 13 April 2004 train number 54 from Launce
On 13 April 2004, ZA2115 and ZA2114 were seen leading 347 from Fingal to Conara, and then to Railton
Hobart tram No. 17 on display at Salamanca Place, March 2004

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