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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Q5 at the museum, May 1986
Having recently arrived off the boat, 853 is prepared to be reunited with its bogies in Burnie yard
1105, 1001 & 1107 shunt loaded cement wagons off the mixed train at Boco, March 1982
With their motors sold and removed, the remains of the two W class sit at Launceston workshops befor
875 & 852 lead empty log train 5123 over the Derwent River near Hayes, October 1991
852 & 875 lead loaded log train 5124 near National Park, October 1991
DV1 sits at the rear of a loaded cement train as it gets unloaded at Devonport, February 2008
Balanced precariously on workshops bogies, D2021 sits outside East Tamar workshops while its own bog
It is now over five years since the last vacuum-braked concentrate train ran on the former Emu Bay R
D2021 at Hobart, February 2008
South Australian Railway's locomotive Y97 at the Peterborough, early 1970s. This locomotive was anot
1001 is in its accustomed position as middle unit at Primrose, March 1982
1107, 1001 & 1105 reverse back onto their train at Primrose, March 1982. OH&S and railway regula
One of the TGR outline diagram for Q class locos (L13)
TGR outline diagram for C class locos (L4)
South Australian Railway's locomotive T253 at the National Railway Museum (Port Adelaide), September
Silverton Tramway Company's locomotive No.12 at the National Railway Museum (Port Adelaide), Septemb
South Australian Railway's locomotive Y97 at the National Railway Museum (Port Adelaide), September

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