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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ZA5 and ZA1 shunt Boyer loading from their train at Bridgewater Junction, March 1985
ZA1 leads No.209 empty air-braked woodchip log train out of Deloraine yard in April 1984
2144 pauses in Devonport yard with the now empty cement train before departing for Railton, February
Still an orphan, ZB14 waits between duties at the Launceston loco depot, May 1987
Still carrying its Queensland Railway's number and fittings, 2371S sits outisde the Launceston works
Having arrived from Zeehan, 1002 waits at the head of the motley collection of <i>West Coaster</i> c
1001 and the <i>West Coaster</i> pauses at Rosebery, January 1964
The TGR Y class were based on a English Electric standard design. EE in Australia constructed a numb
The final twelve X class were constructed at the Dick Kerr (Preston) works of English Electric, and
Two MKA locomotives were used occasionally on the BHP lines in South Australia for a period in the l
Two MKA locomotives were used occasionally on the BHP lines in South Australia for a period in the l
Standard gauge locomotive 843 shunts wagons in the yard at Port Pirie, South Australia; August 1984
Locomotives 872 and 873 wait between trains at Thevenard on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula, August
DV1 leads an empty cement train out of the Devonport yard, November 2001
With its body panels removed, ZA2117 is repositioned to another bay in the East Tamar workshops prio
On the last day of Pacific National Tasmania operations Z locos 2111 and 2113 lead a westbound 20 wa
With its work for the day complete, C22 returns to the roundhouse at the end of successful days runn
On its first running day since returning to service, C22 heads another trip back into the museum yar

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