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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An overall view of the then little used ZR1, showing the modified ZB long hood and new cab, July 199
The distinctive slope of ZR1's cab is illustrated in this view, as is the commemorative markings to
After the streamlined cab of ZR1, the locally constructed cab for ZR2 was more conventional in desig
In January 1999, Number 21 shunts yet another rake of concentrate wagons through the rotary tippler
1104 waits in the Emu Bay yard at Burnie, Januaru 1999
1003 waits in the Emu Bay yard at Burnie, Januaru 1999
Recently repainted ZC20 waits in Hobart yard for its next departure north, June 1997
ZA3 and ZA6 lead No. 44 goods, comprising mostly superphosphate loading, north through Rogerville, M
Z2 and ZA5 tow newly delivered 2372S, which had recently arrived from Queensland, through the Hobart
ZA class locos 2114 and 2116 approach East Tamar on Friday 6 February 2009 with container train 653
H3 at Launceston, early 1960s
MA1 at Launceston, early 1960s
D2020 and MKA2132 lead train #132 into Tea Tree, 29 March 2009
After two full days of closure, the first train over the new Brighton bridge was 132, lead by D2020
Ballast Regulator in use on new Brighton bridge approach
Ex AN tamper in use on new Brighton bridge approach
Overall view of the southern end of Brighton bridge, showing old and new tracks, as well as the tamp
Overall view of the northern end of Brighton bridge, showing gap in track and almost complete work b

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