During our holiday around Tassie, we were lucky enough to fit in a trip to the Don River Railway Museum in Devonport.. There were a number of museums around but Don River interested me as they have the largest collection of both steam and diesel locomotives in Tasmania. They also store the largest collection of rolling stock that was used on Tasmanian railway. I had hoped to see the ALCO 866 while there- unfortunately it was sort of hidden away but still great to get a glimpse of it!
|Robert Stephenson and Hawthorns built M2 rebuilt by T.G.R to MA4 stands |
at the entrance of the Don River Railway
|LP2 Railmotor and stripped down CCS23 with a little blue 0-6-0|
built by John Fowler and co.
|CCS25 partially stripped down in the workshop area|
|BBL12 passenger coach built in 1940|
|Two pics of Emu Bay Railways 1002 loco built by Walkers LTD.|
It really is a beautiful colour scheme
| The power cord draped over the rear of the loco is for |
charging the batteries.
|Four wheeled louvred van EV8|
|The T.G.R. H7 a big loco (well for Tasmania anyway)|
|M3 a static display|
|4D9 class number 131 originally a Queensland loco|
|Goodwin ALCO 866 originally built in NSW for the SAR and then |
seen out the rest of its working life in Tasmania
(Unfortunately hiding down the back)