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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ZA5 and ZA1 shunt Boyer loading from their train at Bridgewater Junction, March 1985
Having been detached from its train along with Boyer bound laoding, ZA1 rests at Bridgewater Junctio
ZA3 and Z1 lead a loaded woodchip log train past Western Junction station and on toward Launceston a
No. 21 rests in Burnie yard between trains, February 1985
Grubby loco 859 and 864 sit in Burnie yard, February 1985
1102 and 1107 load part of the train at Primrose, whilst the remaining locomotives and wagons have c
864, 860 and 846 lay over in Burnie yard, January 1985
The Ruston locomotive in storage in the Goods shed at Rosebery, January 1985
867 leads No.10 goods away from Hobart yard, November 1984
Standard gauge locomotive 843 shunts wagons in the yard at Port Pirie, South Australia; August 1984
Locomotives 872 and 873 wait between trains at Thevenard on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula, August
On its first week in Tasmanian service, 862 sits outside the Wheat Shed in Hobart yard, July 1984
Y7 & with carriages ACS4 (ex TGR), ABL2 & ABL1 (both ex EBR), at National Park on 9 June 1984
Having just arrived from Boyer with No 37 goods, 864 has run around the train and is shown pushing t
ZA1 leads No.209 empty air-braked woodchip log train out of Deloraine yard in April 1984
Still a week away from entering service in Tasmania, an immaculate 861 undergoes final work at Launc
The roof detail of freshly repainted 861, Launceston, April 1984
X26 sits in the steam cleaning area at Launceston workshops

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