Railway Preservation in Tasmania

Launceston Tramway Museum

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Bogie tram No 29 (left) and four wheel tram No 8 at the old tram depot, March 2003 (Stuart Dix)

The Launceston Tramway Museum was formed in 1995 to restore the body of Launceston bogie tram No 29 to operating condition. Based at the original Invermay Road tram depot the group is part of the redevelopment of the former TGR railway workshops in this area.

The collection has now been expanded to include other Launceston trams. The workshops and trams are open for inspection when appropriate.

See their internet site for more information


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Launceston tram No. 29, March 2003
Trams 29 and 8 under restoration, March 2003
Ex Launceston tram No. 29 passes the Queen Victoria Museum at Inveresk, Launceston. March 2011
With its generator set in tow, ex Launceston tram No. 29 rumbles across the car park and on toward t
Launceston tram No. 1 under restoration at the Launceston Tramway Museum, December 2011
Decked out for Christmas, and pushing its generator set, Launceston Tramway Museum No.29 trundles ac

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