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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Recently repainted ZC20 waits in Hobart yard for its next departure north, June 1997
Brambles Industrial Services initially used a small road/rail shunting unit at the Boyer paper mill
M4 and train of assorted historical carriages waits for departure at Coles Beach before returning to
Freshly repainted ZB10 waits for departure time at Burnie on a Hobart bound train, January 1997
Y1 shunts container wagons between the wharf and yard at Burnie, January 1997
Freshly released ZB10 shows it clean yellow paint at the head of train 116 in Hobart, January 1997
Freshly repainted ZB8 waits for departure time at Hobart on a Burnie bound train, December 1996
Prior to being repainted yellow, ZB13 sits at East Tamar in white undercoat, December 1996
ZB10 sits outside the Quick-Fix at East Tamar, December 1996
A somewhat battered looking ZB12 waits to leave Hobart as the trailing loco on train 116, December 1
Flanked by a pair of ZC class, ZB2 waits at the head of train 116 before heading north from Hobart,
On its final charter in AN ownership, DP13 pauses at Campania whilst running an ARHS ACT tour train
Y4 underwent initial restoration work in Hobart yard before being transferred to the Tasmanian Trans
Whilst some stored locos had plated up cabs and secured engine bays, by October 1996 (just a few mon
After the four lower numbered locos had been removed for preservation, Y7 and Y8 remained stored wit
One of the more interesting liveries to be carried by X locomotives was this free-lanced blue livery
Queensland Railway's 1301 was never used in Tasmania and therefore not renumbered to a ZC. It was on
Newly completed ZR1 is displayed to the public at an open day at the East Tamar Workshops, April 199

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