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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Museum locomotives X1 and Y4 operate in multiple as part of the celebrations for the 25th anniversar
X1 stretches it legs for the first time in many years at the Tasmanian Transport Museum, December 20
X1 stretches it legs for the first time in many years at the Tasmanian Transport Museum, December 20
MKA2137 - MKA2132 - ZR2100 lead the southbound
Following derailment damage in the south of the state, MKA2131 was transported by road to East Tamar
Museum locomotives X1 and Y4 operate in multiple as part of the celebrations for the 25th anniversar
Museum locomotives Y4 and X operate in multiple as part of the celebrations for the 25th anniversary
Locos Z2111-ZA2114-Z2113-Z2112, with D2021 and DQ2004 dead attached, head the Sunday Hobart to Boyer
X16 was exhibited at the <i>Festival of Britain</i> in London before shipping to Tasmania. It was di
ZB4 remains stored at East Tamar as a source of spare parts for the remainder of the EE powered flee
ZA4 remains stored at East Tamar as a source of spare parts for the remainder of the EE powered flee
ZA4 remains stored at East Tamar as a source of spare parts for the remainder of the EE powered flee
Tasrail's contribution to the Australian bicentenary in 1988 was to apply a modified paint scheme to
Tasrail's contribution to the Australian bicentenary in 1988 was to apply a modified paint scheme to
Y1 shunts container wagons between the wharf and yard at Burnie, January 1997
Freshly repainted ZB10 waits for departure time at Burnie on a Hobart bound train, January 1997
Flanked by a pair of ZC class, ZB2 waits at the head of train 116 before heading north from Hobart,
A somewhat battered looking ZB12 waits to leave Hobart as the trailing loco on train 116, December 1

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