DQ2003 leading train46 near Westbury.
Finished shunting and departing Western Junction, most of the coal and ZR2101 will be removed at Railton, the containers and a couple of coal wagons will continue on to Burnie.
DQ2003 leads train #46 into Western Junction on a sunny Thursday afternoon.
31's daily ritual... turning on to the South Line at Western Junction.
Z2110 leading the paper train on the the South Line at Western Junction.
Western Junction, practically on the end of therunway at the Launceston Airport, is where train #31 branches off the Western onto the South Line for its journey to Boyer. The wall of fog makes an... (more)
The controls of Y3, now on display at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery in Launceston, Tasmania. It would be fair to say that locomotive cab design has come a long way since there marvell... (more)
DP22 rolls out of East Tamar Junction and heads towards its home at the Don River Railway. It was left stranded in Launceston after Pacific National suspended mainline operating agreements to all... (more)
DQ2005 and DQ2007 on coal train at Hagley.
ZA2114 leads its train around the sweeping curves and up the steep grades out of Western Junction, the Gunns sawmill can be just seen above the last visible coal wagon.
DP26 and DP22 rounding the final bend in to Inveresk, Launceston.
The coal train continues on its journey from Conara Junction to Devonport, seen here leaving Western Junction.
A rare sight, a train sitting in the Platform at Western Junction. This move was to save a long walk for one of the crew - the train not long after reversed back and continued on its journey to D... (more)
ZA2114 powers up the grade and across a level crossing heading in to Perth, just out of Western Junction.
Train 33/38 has temporarily been scrapped, as a result PNT run a coal train every afternoon between Conara Junction and the cement works at Railton - seen here entering Western Junction.