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.

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Drivers control desk, MKA2137 (August 2005)
Drewry Car Company builders plate on V13
Cab side numbers and English Electric builders plate fitted to X18 (Derwent Valley Railway)
Drivers area of air-braked Y5, December 2005
TGR builders plate fitted to Y4, Tasmanian Transport Museum
Original cab side plates for Z2 on display at the Queen Victoria Museum, Launceston
Tram 46 on display in the Hobart Mall on 22 September 1993
Z4 and another Z class loco haul a northbound container train through the disused station area at Co
X16 and X20 head the second last northbound Tasman Limited through Conara Junction on 27 July 1978
C22 waits during shunting operations at the museum, September 2007. Later in the day the loco was tu
The Climax locomotive on display at the Museum, September 2007
ZA5 & Z2 lead a loaded woodchip log train on the Bell Bay line, late 1980s
ZB5 & and another ZB lead a loaded coal train near Fingal, late 1980s
ZB5 & and another ZB lead a empty coal train near Fingal, late 1980s
Former EBR loco 1001 is now owned by the Walhalla Goldfields Railway in Victoria's Gippsland region.
Emu Bay Railway No. 4 (James Martin 168 of 1897) shunts in Burnie yard on 18 January 1961, with two
Starting to look like a loco again - C22 after refitting of the boiler and other parts
After many years, the boiler of C22 is slowly reunited with its frame, July 2007

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