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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Sorted by date entered - Oldest First - Newest First

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Shunters vehicle ZX 1 leads Z2113 and two newly delivered TR locomotives having just arrived at Geor
Hobart City Council owned tram No. 39 was on display at the Tasmanian Transport Museum from late 201
Ex Metro Tasmania Scania No. 134, owned by the Tasmanian Bus and Coach Society, has been a regular v
Due to the unavailability of the previous venue to the BRMA/Lions Club
PVH1 waits at Farrell Siding with an empty ore train, probably in the late 1950s
PVH1 approaching Farrell Siding with an empty ore train, probably in the late 1950s
Abt No. 2 at Queenstown in the 1920s. The loco still sports the original small coal bunker and oil l
In early February 2014, loco TR06 made a short publicity tour with public displays at Burnie, Wester
In early February 2014, loco TR06 made a short publicity tour with public displays at Burnie, Wester
In early February 2014, loco TR06 made a short publicity tour with public displays at Burnie, Wester
Making its first trip outside the Launceston area, new loco TR04 trails DQ2006 at Relbia as the pair
In December 2012 a group of British tourists visited the museum to ride behind and photograph our di
On 12 January 2014, new locomotives TR04 and TR01 started a series of tests on the between Colebrook
The Tasmanian Transport Museum has two mercury arc rectifier units. One non-operational unit is on d
Trams 141 and 46 undergo maintenance at the museum, October 2010
Loco No.1 at Dubbil Barril, October 2003
In late 2013, loco 2151 was towed south to Brighton for repair by the local staff, and use as Bright
TR04 - TR01 - 2054 - DQ2006 - Y2151 (dead attached) and the test train pass through Campania, Januar

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