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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H5 was photographed at the Derwent Valley Railway, New Norfolk in May 2016
The engine portion of H6 is on display in Perth in northern Tasmania. January 2005
TR01-TR12 haul empty coal train 345 across the St Pauls River bridge at Avoca on 11 October. The usu
Former Emu Bay Railway locomotive 1002 at Coles Beach station on the Don River Railway, December 201
The Tasmanian Transport Museum's H1 made a rare appearance outside in September 2016 for cleaning an
The Tasmanian Transport Museum's H1 made a rare appearance outside in September 2016 for cleaning an
KiwiRail, as the New Zealand freight rail operator was then known, were still operating a small numb
KiwiRail, as the New Zealand freight rail operator was then known, were still operating a small numb
After withdrawal from revenue use, class leader DA1400 was preserved at the MOTAT (Museum of Transpo
After withdrawal from revenue use, class leader DA1400 was preserved at the MOTAT (Museum of Transpo
The main control desk of Emu Bay Railway locomotive No. 21, as preserved at the Derwent Valley Railw
Locomotives H2, EBR 21 and Y2 stand outside the Derwent Valley Railway's New Norfolk depot, May 2016
Although log trains again run in Tasmania they do not match the size or number of those running in t
The first public excursion operated by the Tasmanian Locomotive Company and its newly restored locom
TR05-TR02, with TR17-TR10 dead attached, head Sunday train 134, with a load of logs and empty coal h
After a long period in storage facing an uncertain future, TasRail have commenced reactivating 2150
Former Emu Bay Railway locomotive 1002 leads a train of ex Tasmanian Government Railway vehicles int
Former Emu Bay Railway locomotive 1002 leads a train of ex Tasmanian Government Railway vehicles int

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