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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After five months in the state, A1507 is already being stripped of many parts including its bogies a
Drivers position of QR2102 for running long hood leading (in this case the seat would be rotated 180
Drivers position of DQ2001 on delivery, September 1998
The shunter watches as ZC2145 eases up to try and couple onto A1507 at Bell Bay wharf, September 199
Builders plate fitted inside the cab of ZR1 / 2100. October 2010
After the four lower numbered locos had been removed for preservation, Y7 and Y8 remained stored wit
Whilst some stored locos had plated up cabs and secured engine bays, by October 1996 (just a few mon
Queensland Railway's 1301 was never used in Tasmania and therefore not renumbered to a ZC. It was on
Drivers position of A1507 on delivery, September 1998
A grubby QR2056 rests in Hobart between runs, August 2005
From late 2010, the DQ locos are being upgraded prior to repainting. DQ2007 is showing at Glenorchy
QR2102 was withdrawn in 2002 with engine damage, and has been stored since then at East Tamar. In Ja
Drivers cab of DV1 when newly converted in 2001. Note the rectangular space for the remote control u
Y7 is shown here after its conversion to DV1 but prior to painting. July 2001
No. 21 undergoes maintenance work at the Derwent Valley Railway, December 2004
DP15 sits on the turntable whilst being moved into the roundhouse to enable painting to be carried o
Locos No. 1 and No. 3 stand outside the workshops in Queenstown, December 2010
Various locomotives and wagons wait their next turn of duty outside the workshops in Queenstown, Dec

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