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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MA2 and M5 perform a photostop at Relbia (near Launceston) with a combined train of Don River Railwa
A view running through Boyer yard from the New Norfolk end in November 2001<br>Some features to note
In November 2002, the Derwent Valley Railway's locomotive X18 is seen at New Norfolk shunting from t
Drivers cab of DV1 when newly converted in 2001. Note the rectangular space for the remote control u
The former North East Junction Signal box is one of the buildings preserved at the Inveresk site, Oc
D2021, DQ2006 and DQ2009 head southbound train #31 near Rhyndaston. September 2001
In August 2001, the Derwent Valley Railway's locomotive Y2 and a short train is seen passing the loo
D2021, D2020, ZR2101 haul DQ2006 & DQ2010 and 28 wagons up the grade into Rogerville. 24 July 2001
Y7 is shown here after its conversion to DV1 but prior to painting. July 2001
During its initial rebuilt, the near empty body of DV1 is pictured containing little more than an ai
Balanced precariously on workshops bogies, D2021 sits outside East Tamar workshops while its own bog
With the mechanical work involved in its conversion from a Y class to a DV driving trailer nearly co
In July 2001, ZR2100 and DQ2006 was seen leading train number 46 coal train at Evandale, and then sh
From the late 1990s to the mid 2000s, train 43 mostly conveyed loaded coal and wagons from the Launc
Northbound though Rhyndaston tunnel - A real-time, north-bound transit through the Rhyndaston tunnel
Following their sale to the Burnie City Council, Classic Rail Tours railcars DP13 and DP14 were tran
The Electrolytic Zinc Company of Australasia purchased a Ruston 88DS shunting locomotive for their R
Derwent Valley Railway Y2 at Derwent Park - Its passenger carrying over for the day, Y2 leads the em

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