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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From late 2010, the DQ locos are being upgraded prior to repainting. DQ2007 is showing at Glenorchy
The cab and radiator grill are about the only things that suggest the presence of locomotive U3 in L
Ex Launceston tram No. 29 passes the Queen Victoria Museum at Inveresk, Launceston. March 2011
With its generator set in tow, ex Launceston tram No. 29 rumbles across the car park and on toward t
DQ locos 2009, 2005 and 2004 head the Saturday Burnie-Boyer paper train 731 at Exton on 5 March
As part of its repaint into the new TasRail grey livery, DQ2012 was released carrying logos commemor
Passengers wait at the far end of the line before departing on the return journey, January 2011
The train waits to depart on its return journey, January 2011
DP15 sits on the turntable whilst being moved into the roundhouse to enable painting to be carried o
V9 spent many years at the Puffing Billy Railway's museum at Menzies Creek in Victoria, where it was
Various locomotives and wagons wait their next turn of duty outside the workshops in Queenstown, Dec
Locos No. 1 and No. 3 stand outside the workshops in Queenstown, December 2010
C22 leads a trip back to the station on the Tasmanian Transport Museum's demonstration line at its G
A mercury arc rectifier powering vehicle lights on a special occasion, October 2010
A variety of vehicles owned by the museum (including from front to back - tram 141, trolley bus 235,
The Tasmanian Transport Museum has two mercury arc rectifier units. One non-operational unit is on d
The Tasmanian Transport Museum's locomotive C22 leads a short train consisting of passenger carriage
After arriving from Western Junction, light engines Z2113 and Z2112 roll through East Tamar yard tow

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