2113, 2114, 2111 and 2112 skirt the coastline at Chasm Creek with the Burnie to Boyer Paper Train.
A trio of EEs Z 2113 ZA 2116 and Z 2112 on northbound 642 at the scenic curve 56 kms north of Hobart.
Burnie to Hobart goods winds its way around Tasmania's northern coast, Bass Strait can be seen in the background.
The morning Burnie to Hobart goods is seen crossing a river at Deloraine in Tasmania's north.
The Conara shunter sets off to oversee the attachment of a rake of coal Fingal wagons to No. 31 Burnie-Boyer Paper Train as the driver returns to lead Z Class unit 2113.
MKA Class duo 2138 and 2137 combine with DQ unit 2005 to shunt No. 36 freight at Hobart.
Z2113 (heading ZA2116/Z2111/ZA2114) leads Pacific National Tasmania's Burnie to Boyer Paper Train along the shores of Bass Strait near Howth, between Burnie and Penguin.
Z2113/ZA2116/Z2111/ZA2114 haul Pacific National Tasmania's Burnie to Boyer Paper Train east on the approach to the Lillico Road level crossing, at the commencement of the climb up Don Hill.
Z2113/ZA2114/Z2111/ZA2116 haul Pacific National Tasmania's Burnie to Boyer Paper Train south through Ross.
DQ2005 and DQ2006 lead a coal train from Fingal, away from Avoca on their way to the main line junction at Conara, and ultimately Railton.
Z2113, ZA2116, Z2111 and ZA2114 haul Pacific National Tasmania's Burnie to Boyer Paper Train across the Leven River in Ulverstone between Burnine and Devonport.
MKA Class locomotives 2137 and 2138 wait with No. 36 Freight at South Burnie for an opposing freight to clear, before they can proceed into Burnie proper.
DQ2005 and DQ2006 cross a trestle near Kimberley with a coal train from Fingal, bound for Railton.
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.
DQ2002, QR2062 and DQ2004 lead an ore train from Melba Flats into Highclere, on the former Emu Bay Railways Line, bound for Burnie on the coast.