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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DP13 ran an enthusiasts excursion from Burnie to Wiltshire in February 1993. It is pictured here on
After spending the last four years languishing around Launceston workshops, what remained of Queensl
Its duties for the week over, No. 21 rests outside the Emu Bay Railway's workshops in Burnie, Novemb
ZB12 was the only ZB not to be repainted AN green, becoming the prototype for the newly adopted Tasr
Z2 waits at Conara before continuing north, January 1992
Trailing loco ZC20 at Western Junction, January 1992
Tram 141 at the museum on a special open day, November 1991
852 and 875 haul a log train near National Park. October 1991
852 & 875 lead loaded log train 5124 near National Park, October 1991
875 & 852 lead empty log train 5123 over the Derwent River near Hayes, October 1991
ZC9 waits between trains at Boyer, October 1991
Sandwiched between two repainted class members, ZC11 works a train through at Bridgewater, October 1
With a little over a month left in traffic, Y3 shunts air-braked wagons at Railton on June 1991
1107 leads a concentrates train near Guildford. June 1991
Wearing a grubby version of the old TGR yellow, vacuum braked loco Y6 stands at Devonport during 199
The large number of 1300 class purchased mean there was never a shortage of the locos in Launceston
The remains of 854 stand in the Sims Metal yard at Bell Bay, March 1990
X loco leaving Hobart

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