A close up of ex-Tasmanian Government Railways 4-8-2 steam locomotive H7 at the Don River Railway museum at Don, near Devonport.
Work has already begun scrapping ZC32 as it sits outside the workshops of the Don River Railway.
Slowly decaying, Y8 sits on a "train" in the top sidings at the Don River Railway.
1002 powering up the grade in the last few hundred metres before the yard limits at Don.
The driver carefully adjusting the controls in the cab of V2. From LtoR: Gear, Brake, Throttle, Direction.
West Coast Wilderness Railway (more commonly refered to as the Abt Railway) No.3 in the workshops at the Don River Railway. The locomotive is up for a service and will be pulled apart on Monday.
M4 under repairs at the Don River Railway workshops. The West Coast Wilderness Railway locomotive Mt. Lyell No.3 can also be seen in the background.
866 in the sheds at the Don River Railway, this locomotive is operational but is having work done to the radiator and some of the body work. It will also recieve a fresh coat of paint but will st... (more)
U6 rests on the turntable at the Don River Railway.
V2 stabled outside the DonRiver Railway's old workshop. The latest steam engine to be restored to working order (almost!), a Fowler tank-engine can be seen waiting in the shed.
The size difference between the ex-mainline locomotive and the shunter is clearly evident here as ALCo 866 shunts U6 back in to the shed.
Shunting locomotive U6 basks in the sun outside the Don River Railway workshops.
H7 parked next to M3
Parked next the 4-8-2 H7.