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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Sorted by date entered - Oldest First - Newest First

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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
One of the TGR outline diagram for Q class locos (L12)
TGR outline diagram for CCS class locos (L08)
TGR outline diagram for CC class locos (L07)
Q1 was stored at Conara prior to scrapping. After three years out of use, it is pictured here in Aug
Q1 was stored at Conara prior to scrapping. After three years out of use, it is pictured here in Aug
H8 is serviced at St Marys after hauling a special passenger train from Launceston, March 1966
As part of the 1965 Railfans Festival, H3 leads a special passenger train consisting of Tasman Limit
H2 conducts a photo stop near Llewellyn whilst hauling an ARHS excursion train to St Marys in April
A 1964 trade advertisement showing two of the operators of this style of loco
C20 and Q10 stored in the loco yard at Launceston, March 1965. C20 had been out of use for six month
TGR outline diagram for C class locos (05) showing original style smokebox
One of the Launceston trams from the 21 to 26 series crosses Kings Bridge on a service from Trevally
EBR <i>Martin</i> locomotive shunting Burnie yard, circa 1947
From a contemporary newspaper:<br>

This is the story of the death of three old trains<br>
Their

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