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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DC4588 under overhaul at East Tamar workshops, August 2005
A shunting tractor moves container wagons around the wagon workshops at East Tamar, August 2005
The southbound Tasman Limited lead by X28 passes H3 on a tour train (itself comprised of spare Tasma
M6 sits at the head of its train waiting for departure time from Drysdale on the Bellarine Peninsula
Having just arrived from Queenscliff attached to the regular passenger train, X3 and X20 wait in the
A faded V2 waits outside the workshops at the Don River Railway, February 1998
U6 waits outside the workshops at the Don River Railway, January 1998
M4 and train of assorted historical carriages waits for departure at Coles Beach before returning to
Y4 underwent initial restoration work in Hobart yard before being transferred to the Tasmanian Trans
One of the more interesting liveries to be carried by X locomotives was this free-lanced blue livery
Lt General Sir Charles Gairdner, CBE, KCMG, KCBO, CB was Governor of Tasmania from 1963 to 1968. Loc
Freshly repainted 2100 is centre loco on a late running train 635, as it runs through Glenorchy on t
The former North East Junction Signal box is one of the buildings preserved at the Inveresk site, Oc
With its generator set in tow, ex Launceston tram No. 29 rumbles across the car park and on toward t
Ex Launceston tram No. 29 passes the Queen Victoria Museum at Inveresk, Launceston. March 2011
Fresh from its repaint and upgrading, and clean for the first time in many years, ZR2100 waits in Ho
After running for some time with no logo, MKA2133 was given a large Tasrail logo on the long hood an
The cab and radiator grill are about the only things that suggest the presence of locomotive U3 in L

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