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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A1507 is swung over the ships side and toward Tasmanian soil, September 1998
Staff make final adjustments to the alignment of DQ2001 before the loco is lowered further to be reu
Emu Bay Railway plate and North British Locomotive company builders plate on EBR No. 21, September 1
Cab side numbers and builders plate on EBR No. 22, September 1998
Krauss No1 and train pause at the terminus before returning to Sheffield, September 1998
Krauss No1 and train pause at the terminus near Sheffield before running around its train, September
No.22 on display at the open day celebrating the centenary of the Emu Bay Railway, October 1997
No.22 on display at the open day celebrating the centenary of the Emu Bay Railway, October 1997
1106 pauses between passenger trains operated as part of the open day celebrating the centenary of t
1106 pauses between passenger trains operated as part of the open day celebrating the centenary of t
H2 waits at the end of the line at Hobart station having arrived back with a special train operated
Builders plate fitted to CCS23
M4 waits at New Norfolk for departure on a statewide tour train, October 2003
With the arrival of 45 diesel locos from Queensland, space became tight at Launceston Workshops. Aft
In  May 1986, MA2 headed the first steam-hauled, main line passenger train in 10 years. The train fr
A variety of vehicles owned by the museum (including from front to back - tram 141, trolley bus 235,
A mercury arc rectifier powering vehicle lights on a special occasion, October 2010
H2 stands at the head of it train after arrival at National Park on an excursion train in September

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