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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Although the TR class now dominate workings on all but the Melba Line, other locos are occasionally
Sometime after its withdrawal from regular service in 1950, B-21 had its middle wheelset removed. As
In May 2015 railcar trailer PT4 was moved from its storage location into the roundhouse to allow ove
In May 2015 railcar trailer PT4 was moved from its storage location into the roundhouse to allow ove
In 1979 the redundant Botanical Gardens signal cabin was donated to the society by a member. The bui
LMT No.13 on display at the museum, July 2015
LMT No.13 on display at the museum, July 2015
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first traction engine arriving in Tasmania, in July 2015 t
As part of the 2015 Model Train Show, the Tasmanian Transport Museum operated its train rides with t
As part of the 2015 Model Train Show, the Tasmanian Transport Museum operated its train rides with t
TR05-TR02, with TR17-TR10 dead attached, head Sunday train 134, with a load of logs and empty coal h
Former Emu Bay Railway locomotive 1002 runs around its train at Coles Beach station on the Don River
Former Emu Bay Railway locomotive 1002 runs around its train at Coles Beach station on the Don River
Former Emu Bay Railway locomotive 1002 leads a train of ex Tasmanian Government Railway vehicles int
Former Emu Bay Railway locomotive 1002 leads a train of ex Tasmanian Government Railway vehicles int
After a long period in storage facing an uncertain future, TasRail have commenced reactivating 2150
Former Emu Bay Railway locomotive 1002 at Coles Beach station on the Don River Railway, December 201
H5 was photographed at the Derwent Valley Railway, New Norfolk in May 2016

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