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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In service in Tasmania for only a month, but showing the signs of hard life in Queensland, ZC16 wait
1315 is prepared for lifting from the hull of the <i>Condock II</i>. Fifteen locomotives were delive
1314 is lowered onto Tasmanian soil for the first time at Bell Bay, October 1988
The last of the class to arrive in Tasmania, 2372 sits on the wharf at Hobart having just been drive
Having been fitted with a set of bogies intended for a AN green locomotive, a grubby Y4 undergoes ma
Freshly repainted in AN green livery, 856 stands outside the workshops building in Launceston yard,
DQ2001 - DQ2003 and train 664 approach the Bridgewater Bridge on 3 September 2010
The TGR V class was very similar to the British Railways 04 class. This type evolved into the 03 cla
On its first trip to Hobart since reassembly and repainting, DQ2001 leads DQ2003 and train 664 throu
ZC31 hauls the Hobart bound number 111 paper train past the site of Dromedary station in September 1
Not having yet re-entered service after its reassembly, a very clean DQ2001 stands outside the East
Trains often run late but three and a half days late may be considered excessive! Derailment delayed
Main driving position of 866, with throttle control stand on the right, and two brake heads directly
Front of Y6 at Don River Railway; April 2010
Some of the items on display at the Don River Railway, April 2010
Preserved loco Y6 at the Don River Railway, April 2010
Some of the locomotives on display at the Don River Railway, April 2010
Y6 and train wait for departure time at the Don River Railway, April 2010

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