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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ZB10 sits outside the Quick-Fix at East Tamar, December 1996
Prior to being repainted yellow, ZB13 sits at East Tamar in white undercoat, December 1996
Freshly released ZB10 shows it clean yellow paint at the head of train 116 in Hobart, January 1997
Following attention in the workshops, ZA6 sits outside the main building at East Tamar, February 199
ZB12 was the only ZB not to be repainted AN green, becoming the prototype for the newly adopted Tasr
After the first two repaints the grey painted roof was replaced by green, with ZB6 being the first o
ZB15 and ZB16, the last two of the class to enter service in Tasmania, were the only ZB locos not to
In December 1987 ZB5 and ZB12 head No. 9 Conara Junction to Boyer log/coal train over the Inglewood
In the late 1980s the Launceston diesel workshops often had the appearance of a Queensland Railways
The train waits to depart on its return journey, January 2011
Passengers wait at the far end of the line before departing on the return journey, January 2011
DQ locos 2009, 2005 and 2004 head the Saturday Burnie-Boyer paper train 731 at Exton on 5 March
The main entrance to the Queen Victoria Museum, Launceston. May 2011
An overall view of one of the storage sheds at the Queen Victoria Museum. These buildings are not op
The Traverser was used to access the various buildings in the workshop complex. This area now forms
DP26, DP15, PT4 and DP14 leave New Town on their delivery run to the museum, October 1979
The spartan cab of Q5, with drivers position on the right.
Open wagon A159 after repainting at the museum, 2003

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