Z2113 (leading ZA2114, Z2111 and Z2112) haul Pacific National Tasmania's Burnie to Boyer Paper Train along the beach at Sulphur Creek on the north coast between Burnie and Penguin.
Z2111 with 35 near the Penguin Surf Life Saving Club. Here the rails curve around the bay.... recently ridden on tracks closer to Burnie can be seen in the foreground.
An all English Electric combination of the paper train has become a rare occurance since the introduction of GMs, pictured here rounding the bend in close proximity to the big blue at the Penguin ... (more)
36 in the cuttings at Penguin. The sharp curves and constant changes of direction depicted here are representative of the entire 50km section between Devonport and Burnie.
Also running about 4 hours late, train 7-38 passes through the cuttings on the Ulverstone side of Penguin. 38 was delayed due to 36. Also note 2001's experimental livery that was applied when Wi... (more)
Running about 4 hours late, train 7-36 passes through the cuttings on the Burnie side of Penguin. The train was running late due to a fault with the independant brake in 2113.