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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An overhead view of WCWR's D1 (formerly EBR No. 22). Note that the silver air filter was originally
V6 was withdrawn from service and sold in 1983. Like many of its classmates the motor was removed fo
D1 (formerly EBR No. 22) stabled at Queenstown station in November 2014
Loco No. 3 and carriage O 18 sit side by side in the workshops building at Queenstown, November 2014
No. 1 and train approach Queenstown station at the end of its trip from Dubbil Barril. November 2014
No. 1 and train sit in Queenstown station at the end of its trip from Dubbil Barril. November 2014
No. 1 was photographed being turned at Queenstown following its arrival back from Dubbil Barril. Nov
In 2011, ballast wagon QG17 was leased to the West Coast Wilderness Railway to assist with their tra
Having been removed from the roundhouse annexe, where it had spent the last 30 years on display, the
The front seats of the vehicle showing the obvious omission of the steering wheel, which would usual
In October 2014 the former EZ Company’s Wolseley rail car was relocated to a new display are at th
The Australian Iron and Steel company of Port Kembla in New South Wales obtained eight English Elect
As part of the testing of DP15 after its overhaul, a number of test runs were also performed with DP
During a pause in shunting on Sunday 22 June, TR 01 and TR 10 stand in Hobart yard on the last day o
To commemorate the last Tasrail train to operate from the old Hobart yard, on 22 June 2014 the socie
TR01 from above showing the dynamic brake grids, horns and radiators, June 2014
The TR class locomotives are fitted with these stickers on the underframe as a
Drivers side of TR11, June 2014

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