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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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
Before their sale for preservation, carriages SP4, SP9 and SP6 were stored for some time at Longford
Camp 121 following is acquisition by the society, but before any restoration work has commenced (Mar
1102 and 1107 load part of the train at Primrose, whilst the remaining locomotives and wagons have c
Still fitted with Vacuum brakes, Z4 sits alone at the head of a loaded rake of pine logs at Conara J
The U and V class locos and DP railcars featured Gardner L3 or LW series motors, which were also pop
Locos 859, 857 and 856 wait at the head of No. 233 empty logs at Railton, March 1982
With both locos having been in service less than a month in Tasmania, the unusually clean pair of 85
X1 waits on the mainline at Glenorchy whilst the track is slewed to allow access to the TTMS track o
After delivery by road to Devonport, 2154 and 2153 were towed to East Tamar by fellow ex Queensland
After delivery by road to Devonport, 2154 and 2153 were towed to East Tamar by fellow ex Queensland

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