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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Ex Emu Bay Railway covered van E11 during shunting moves at the museum, December 2006
Ex Tasmanian Government Railways van E195 at the museum, April 2003
Bedford tower wagon after arrival at the museum
MTT tower wagon No. 7 at the museum, October 2004
Bedford tower wagon in storage at the museum, November 2003
QG17 waits for its next use at the museum, May 2011
The Vertical Boiler locomotive following relocation to the roundhouse, April 2006
DP29 and DP26 sit at Hobart station after the arrival of the final Parattah to Hobart morning railca
English Electric's builders photo for the TGR X class
X class and other overseas locomotives under construction in the UK
One of a pair of English Electric locomotives delivered to Jamaica in 1963, as depicted in sales lit
English Electric 6SRKT motor, with main and auxiliary generators attached, as depicted in an EE tend
Z2111 is trailing loco on No. 546 coal train at Powranna, November 2009
The Linmac shunter tows ZA2118 and DQ2011 around East Tamer workshops. August 2005
ZB2122 is towed from Hobart on train 638 behind a pair of DQ class, October 2004
ZR2101 sits by itself between train in Hobart yard, November 2011
MKA2132 rests on jacks inside the workshops at East Tamar after minor derailment damage, December 20
The Linmac shunter waits for its next move outside the main workshop building at East Tamer. Decembe

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