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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Having only been formally released to traffic a few days earlier, TasRail locos 2052 and 2051 run th
2052 sits in Hobart yard as it undergoes crew training, February 2012
With old numbers and logos removed, and other minor modifications underway, 2154 waits outside East
Original cab side plates for ZA4 on display at the Queen Victoria Museum, Launceston
Launceston tram No. 1 under restoration at the Launceston Tramway Museum, December 2011
Decked out for Christmas, and pushing its generator set, Launceston Tramway Museum No.29 trundles ac
1002 undergoes restoration work at the Don River Railway, November 2011
After delivery by road to Devonport, 2154 and 2153 were towed to East Tamar by fellow ex Queensland
After delivery by road to Devonport, 2154 and 2153 were towed to East Tamar by fellow ex Queensland
Carrying panels advertising level crossing safety rather than the usual owners logo, DQ2006 leads th
The Tasmanian Transport Museum Society was recognised in November 2011 for its preservation activiti
The Tasmanian Transport Museum Society was recognised in November 2011 for its preservation activiti
Shortly after arrival, ex QR loco 2151 is pictured undergoing modification at East tammar workshops.
Ex Mt Lyell Rack Tank No. 2 and ex TMLR carriage A+17 wait outside the carriage shed during shunting
Ex Mt Lyell Rack Tank No. 2 and ex TMLR carriage A+17 wait outside the carriage shed during shunting
Society members carry out all restoration work on museum exhibits. In this photo, HMT bus 32 has had
Prior to running into the roundhouse and being stabled for the day, the boiler of M5 is blown down o
With usual locomotive C22 undergoing its boiler inspection, M5 was used on the regular Sunday runnin

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