Tasmanian Video Thread

 
  DRR_Fireman Deputy Commissioner

Location: -
Yeah, tried that, it even showed up when I previewed the post, but didnt show up when I actually posted it.

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  Graham4405 Minister for Railways

Location: Dalby Qld
Well I used



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ir70PwY1rU
and it worked fine for me.

Hmm, code tags don't work, I didn't put the :1 in there either!
  BP4417 Deputy Commissioner

Location: Launceston, Tasmania
This is not Tasmanian but from it there is a lot some can learn.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRs72Qqd-Dc
  theesp Train Controller


A quick vid of some EE action from this week. Just filmed off my phone.



http://youtu.be/6E-0Ki_baGo

  ALCo44 Junior Train Controller

Location: Katoomba, NSW

I was down in Tassie for a couple of weeks in late Janurary - early February and have uploaded all of the video I took to YouTube. Railfanning was mixed with non-railfan activities, so I didn't manage to cover as much as I had hoped, but realistically it was a fairly successful trip. The videos are presented in chronological order below, with each one following a separate train. I hope they're of interest.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGIHAVwXN0c



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9Ict3d7yRA



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7f3-_EHFrg



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kW0DpkjUR54


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6ET_0ecp60




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=InqBYfTbiW4



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTenLjcjnUI

  LFD459 Locomotive Fireman

One from today on Don Hill.

Cheers, LFG459



http://youtu.be/9nkOCAoMJSQ
  12CSVT Chief Commissioner

Location: Drowning in accreditation red tape!
A Govt promo of Tasrail;



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiIXnJYtU9I&feature=youtu.be
  Floody Locomotive Driver

Great footage of historic forestry equipment, the ANM Climax at work on a Florentine valley log spur and a Q-class in action heading a decent sized log train on the DV line in this video



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SW4kcuUvsJk
  Electric C Junior Train Controller

Location: The Shed - land of junk, smoke and wonder
What happened to the climax?
  grrr17 Deputy Commissioner

What happened to the climax?
Electric C

Preserved at the Tasmanian Transport Museum

http://railtasmania.com/ttms/exhibit.php?id=climax
  Electric C Junior Train Controller

Location: The Shed - land of junk, smoke and wonder
i should really get down there to look
  jbom Station Master
  LFD459 Locomotive Fireman

One from Don Junction last weekend.

LFD.

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  LFD459 Locomotive Fireman
  LFD459 Locomotive Fireman

Hey guys... I have uploaded a few more over the last couple of days.

Headed up Don Hill, one to turn the speakers up for.


http://youtu.be/HXqXpeWJs0s

Slow movement through Henry Somerset Reserve


http://youtu.be/Det-IBWCd3s

Coal Hill Road


http://youtu.be/EeIpPkLml7Q

Penguin- over exposed


http://youtu.be/Yo3RoW9R4yg

William Street Devonport


http://youtu.be/tSHuuJ0yb3o

Cheers, Lee.
  LFD459 Locomotive Fireman

Hi.

Just giving you a heads up that tonight I am going to drop part one the most epic Tasmanian Rail video on my YouTube channel.

I would like to think I am the only one with a copy as I haven't seen it anywhere else! I am just waiting for it to upload.

Lee.
  LFD459 Locomotive Fireman

OK, as promised.

I have had this little gem for a few years now and have no idea where it came from or why it was made.

It features a driver by the name of Peter Robins and my guess is it is from the late 70's or early 80's- maybe an in house video presentation?

I will present part 2 tomorrow.

Cheers, Lee.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZztnDEH-qE
  Z1NorthernProgress2110 Chief Commissioner

Location: Burnie, Tasmania
Interesting video. I say its in the late 70s, before ANR logo's on the locos.
  DRR_Fireman Deputy Commissioner

Location: -
Lee, that was f*cking brilliant! Its got it all, loose shunting, the roundhouse in action, vacuum braked Z1, old Train Control. I cant wait for part two!
  Electric C Junior Train Controller

Location: The Shed - land of junk, smoke and wonder
It is gold! loved the shunting funny how they mainly showed X32 and Z1 maybe that was the point
  LFD459 Locomotive Fireman

...another 10mins of pure Tasmanian rail gold!

Lee.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCCFeKkNlMU
  Electric C Junior Train Controller

Location: The Shed - land of junk, smoke and wonder
That is gold! Look at the old DB! Also original western junction!
  Z1NorthernProgress2110 Chief Commissioner

Location: Burnie, Tasmania
I'm very impressed on both vids. Amazing on how it was done once!.
  StephenJones Beginner

Location: Geelong, Victoria
The Video was made by the ABC for broadcast on their school programs from memory. It ran for approx. 30 min. Was made around the early 80's what exact year I am not sure of, was filmed on 16mm. I did have a VHS copy of the original program.
  BP4417 Deputy Commissioner

Location: Launceston, Tasmania
Interesting video. I say its in the late 70s, before ANR logo's on the locos.


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Z1NorthernProgress2110
I would say the ABC Film was recorded after September 1979 and June 1980.
I base this on Don River Railways Tender for DP22, PT3, ARR2, SSD2 and SS7 etc,etc being successful in September 1979.
DP22 & DP3 arrived at Don River Railway mid January 1980.
AAR 2 Arrived at Don after June 1980.
In the ABC Film there is a glimpse of AAR 2 under the Coaling Tower, It was under the Coaling Tower where we first started to needle gun AAR2 which interestingly showed up the colour scheme when it used to carry when coupled to the Sentinel Steam Rail Cars.

This photo shows PT3 and AAR2 on the Coaling Tower road which must have been after Dons successful September 1979 Tender and the items delivered to Launceston.

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