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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864, 860 and 846 lay over in Burnie yard, January 1985
On its first week in Tasmanian service, 862 sits outside the Wheat Shed in Hobart yard, July 1984
Having been sold for its motor, V7 was stripped in Hobart before the body was moved to a park. Three
V5 waits for its next shunting move in Hobart yard, September 1982
With a rake of air-brake wagons in the background, V4 and attendant shunters flat shunt around the g
V11 shunts empty open wagons in the ANR part of the Burnie yard, April 1982
867 and 854 lead nearly new 840 and 858 and shunt No.81 empty log train at Conara Junction, December
V5 rests in Hobart loco area between shunting duties, November 1981
855 and 867 and the empty wagons for No.84 log train head north through Bridgewater Junction, Octobe
858 and 859 shunt No.84 log train away out of Rogerville yard, January 1981
With a year of service left to go, X2 sits outside the workshops at Launceston as it receives some m
Having just arrived from Boyer with No 37 goods, 864 has run around the train and is shown pushing t
Although looking like it is being scrapped, V5 is actually pictured stripped for heavy overhaul. Whe
Having had its bogies steam cleaned, an extremely dirty X25 waits for attention at Launceston Worksh
The roof detail of freshly repainted 861, Launceston, April 1984
Still a week away from entering service in Tasmania, an immaculate 861 undergoes final work at Launc
The valuable motor and generator are craned away from the remains of X25 marking the end of its life
With old numbers and logos removed, and other minor modifications underway, 2154 waits outside East

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