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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In the days when ZB locos were blue and Powranna was still a crossing loop, the crews of northbound
1314 is lowered onto Tasmanian soil for the first time at Bell Bay, October 1988
1315 is prepared for lifting from the hull of the <i>Condock II</i>. Fifteen locomotives were delive
The end of the line for X32. Launceston workshops, October 1988
After the first two repaints the grey painted roof was replaced by green, with ZB6 being the first o
ZB15 and ZB16, the last two of the class to enter service in Tasmania, were the only ZB locos not to
Tasrail's contribution to the Australian bicentenary in 1988 was to apply a modified paint scheme to
Tasrail's contribution to the Australian bicentenary in 1988 was to apply a modified paint scheme to
Z2 and ZA5 tow newly delivered 2372S, which had recently arrived from Queensland, through the Hobart
The last of the class to arrive in Tasmania, 2372 sits on the wharf at Hobart having just been drive
The two woodchip mills at Longreach were reached by a spur line off the main Bell Bay line. In Febru
In December 1987 ZB5 and ZB12 head No. 9 Conara Junction to Boyer log/coal train over the Inglewood
In the late 1980s the Launceston diesel workshops often had the appearance of a Queensland Railways
With ZB11 released to traffic only a week before, the first two ZB locos (ZB14 and ZB11) and Western
Still an orphan, ZB14 waits between duties at the Launceston loco depot, May 1987
Still carrying its Queensland Railway's number and fittings, 2371S sits outisde the Launceston works
The first public excursion operated by the Tasmanian Locomotive Company and its newly restored locom
Y4 and Y6 at Conara Junction, prepare to run 173 empty coal to Fingal. November 1986

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