TR02 powers up Don Hill on the 531. 30/10/14.
Z2111 seen hauling empty cement wagons back to the Railton cement works after unloading at Devonport's Cement Australia wharf (DP2W). DQ2010 on the end.
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.
A close up of ex-Tasmanian Government Railways 4-8-2 steam locomotive H7 at the Don River Railway museum at Don, near Devonport.
DQ2005 and DQ2006 are refuelled in Devonport before returning their empty coal train to Fingal.
Running several hours late train36 heads through Lillico, towards Burnie.
Work has already begun scrapping ZC32 as it sits outside the workshops of the Don River Railway.
ZP2100+ZR2101+DQunknown+DQ2002 lead 31 across the Mersey River (background) at Kimberley. All 4 locomotives represent one of the colour schemes introduced to Tasmania since AN green - Reverse AN,... (more)
Slowly decaying, Y8 sits on a "train" in the top sidings at the Don River Railway.
DQ2011+2012 head 46 up Don Hill on a sunny summer's afternoon.
Powering up Don Hill. The Bass Strait is the body of water in the background, the points of land stretching out are Leith, Ulverstone, Lonah, Wynyard.
1002 powering up the grade in the last few hundred metres before the yard limits at Don.
The crew of no.8 pass the train staff to the crew of V2 as they approach the Coles Beach platform at Don Junction.