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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DQ2011 from above, Hobart, August 2013
DQ2010 from above, Hobart, August 2013
2054 from above, Hobart, August 2013
The ex MTT Fargo tower wagon during a test run following repairs at the musuem, April 2013
The sight of train crossing Bridgewater bridge will disappear when all operations are transferred fr
Locos 2052 - 2051 - 2054 head train 736 around the River Derwent foreshore at Granton on a smoky 5 J
Unusually operating as a single locomotive and long hood leading, DQ2001 pulls a second cut of wagon
Inside the storage building, trams 39, 17 and 118 are pictured lined up in March 2013. All three tra
The three restored trams are located in a storage shed at a Hobart City Council facility. In this ov
The main control stands of ZB2128 in February 2013. On the left hand stand are the old style radio a
Following the initial group of repaints, many later DQs received only partial repaints of touch ups
D2020 received grey cab side panels and replacement numbers in 2012 following workshop attention. Ja
2052 - 2051 - 2054 & train 736 pass Goulds Lagoon near Granton, January 2013
2052 - 2051 - 2054 - 2053 & train 736 wait in Hobart yard for departure time, December 2012
In December 2012 the museum hosted a group of British enthusiasts. Locos Y4 and X1 were in operation
As part of a special group visit, X1 rests at the southern end of the museum's line for photographs
As part of a special group visit, departs the yard past the photographers, December 2012
The next step in the process. The MV Goliath sits at its berth along side the Yarra River in Melbour

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