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.
MKA2138 undergoing testing in late March 2005, the three MKAs in Tasmania should be ready to go in the later half of 2005. PNT's main workshop facilities can be seen in the background.
The morning sun shines off of M4 as it cuts its way through the hills between Devonport and Railton.
Gently rounding the curve on to the bridge in the small rural town of Delloraine, half way between Devonport and Launceston.
Smoke pours out of M4 as it departs Don on a freezing cold Sunday morning for its special trip to Westbury and return.
In new livery ZR2101 powers to the top of Don Hill with train 1-31 before descending in to Devonport.
N Class arrives at Spencer Street whilst the XPT service to Sydney departs platform 1, cutting across in front of the signal box.
The smoke rising from the funnel of MA2 catches the Saturday afternoon light as it is prepared for Sunday running to Coles Beach.
A late running "Paper Train" headed by DQ2003 has just left Burnie and is attacking the first part of its coastal hugging run to Devonport.
Burnie Rail and Don River railcars in the morning sun before a days running.