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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CCS23 leads the ARHS's
H3 and an AREA special train pauses for water at Ross, March 1965
The southbound Tasman Limited lead by X28 passes H3 on a tour train (itself comprised of spare Tasma
C20 and Q10 stored in the loco yard at Launceston, March 1965. C20 had been out of use for six month
As part of the 1965 Railfans Festival, H3 leads a special passenger train consisting of Tasman Limit
From a contemporary newspaper:<br>

This is the story of the death of three old trains<br>
Their
A 1964 trade advertisement showing two of the operators of this style of loco
Q1 was stored at Conara prior to scrapping. After three years out of use, it is pictured here in Aug
Q1 was stored at Conara prior to scrapping. After three years out of use, it is pictured here in Aug
X1 places the carriage stock (DB-ACS-ABD) at the platform at Devonport station in preparation for a
1001 and the <i>West Coaster</i> pauses at Rosebery, January 1964
Having arrived from Zeehan, 1002 waits at the head of the motley collection of <i>West Coaster</i> c
EBR outline diagram for 10 class locos
One of a pair of English Electric locomotives delivered to Jamaica in 1963, as depicted in sales lit
Abt 3 at Lynchford. February 1962
The newly-completed Y3 was the subject of the TGR's photographer in Launceston yard, and showed a lo
TGR outline diagram for VA class locos (L30)
Emu Bay Railway No. 4 (James Martin 168 of 1897) shunts in Burnie yard on 18 January 1961, with two

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