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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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
Repainted in TasRail grey and yellow but liberally covered in cement dust, a grubby DV1 leads the ce
Shortly after arrival, ex QR loco 2151 is pictured undergoing modification at East tammar workshops.
Y3 is towed dead behind ZA4 on a Longreach bound loaded log train at Western junction, September 198
A clean Y3, probably shut down and being transferred to Launceston workshops, sits at the platform a
Recently repainted, 1004 sits outside the EBR station at Burnie waiting for its next job in March 19
In June 1979, 1004 hauls a rake of concentrate wagons through the tippler at Burnie
On 1 November 2002, Derwent Valley Railway's Y2 leads an evening charter away from Bridgwater statio
A shortened south-bound transit through the Rhyndaston tunnel, viewed from the cab of locomotive Y4
The Derwent Valley Railway would often hire locomotives and carriages from the Tasmanian Transport M
Decked out for Christmas, and pushing its generator set, Launceston Tramway Museum No.29 trundles ac
Launceston tram No. 1 under restoration at the Launceston Tramway Museum, December 2011
Some of the members responsible for the restoration of loco pose in front of C22 after its first ste

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