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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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
A spare English Electric 12CSVT MkII motor sits on the floor at East Tamar workshops. In time the mo
Reconditioned English Electric 12CSVT MkIII motor, main generator and turbocharger fitted to ZR2100
Having given up its bogies to keep the DQ class active, stored QR2056 sits on workshop bogies in the
ZR2101 - MKA2137 - MKA2131 - DQ2009 lead southbound empty paper-train 331 near Rekuna, October 2010
After arriving from Western Junction, light engines Z2113 and Z2112 roll through East Tamar yard tow
Tram 141 on a rare outing outside, October 2010
Tram 141 on a rare outing outside, October 2010
Tram 141 on a rare outing outside, October 2010
Newly released to service, loco 2001 displays the new TasRail corporate colour scheme as it sits in
The end of the line for X32. Launceston workshops, October 1988
The large number of 1300 class purchased mean there was never a shortage of the locos in Launceston
The remains of 854 stand in the Sims Metal yard at Bell Bay, March 1990
ZB7 and siblings shunt Hobart yard during July 1989
ZC37 and ZC22 lead loaded woodchip log train 4473 at East Tamar, prior to departure for Longreach. J

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