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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DQ2011 and DQ2006 lead train #338 away from Hobart, June 2005
On their first test run with a revenue train MKA locos 2137 and 2138, towing ZB locos 2123 and 2128,
LMT No. 13 on display at the museum, May 2005
A grubby ZR2101 with PN standard blue number waits for departure on Train #36 from Hobart. March 200
In the days when ZB locos were blue and Powranna was still a crossing loop, the crews of northbound
D2021 heads the south bound Paper Train through Rogerville in January 2005
D2020 pauses during shunting operations in Hobart, December 2004
D2020 shunts Hobart yard in January 2005
DC4588 shown stored at East Tamar workshops, January 2005
DC4588 shown stored at East Tamar workshops, January 2005
ZR2100 waits in Hobart for the departure of the evening goods train, January 2005
DQ2010 on train #33 at Railton in February 2005. This loco and driving trailer DV1 were are being to
Loco DQ2009 at East Tamar workshops after servicing, February 2005. The graffiti, cleaned into the d
To provide bogies and other component for the
Y2150 is shown shunting container wagons in Burnie yard in February 2005. The sealed headlight and l
With the cement train cancelled for a few days, DV1 is picture at Railton being towed back to East T
Recently rebuilt for Driver Only Operation, loco Z2113 stands in Hobart yard with sister Z2112 in Ja
Tasmanian Transport Museum loco Y4 was towed north on train #636 to commence a period on hire to the

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