Tasrail trains operate around the State moving various freight, including cement, paper and paper pulp, coal, zinc, mineral concentrates, containers, timber and timber products.
West Coast Wilderness Railway
The historic 35 kilometre railway of tight curves and spectacular bridges clambers through rugged wilderness, dense rainforest and steep gorges.
Derwent Valley Railway Inc
The Society is based at New Norfolk, 38 kilometres northwest of Hobart. Most of the Society’s trains operate along the scenic Derwent Valley Line, usually departing from New Norfolk.
Don River Railway
Passenger trains disappeared from Tasmania some time ago, except this one, a fullsize loco service from the Don Village Station to Coles Beach every day.
The Redwater Creek Steam and Heritage Society Inc.
The Society was formed in 1993 to preserve the skills and machinery of the steam era by forming a tourist attraction in Sheffield.
Wee Georgie Wood Steam Railway
Wee Georgie Wood is a 600mmgauge (2 feet) 1921 Fowler 040 tank steam locomotive that operates on the short Farrell Tramway.
Tourism Tasmania Historic Railways
Tourism Tasmania is a statutory authority established in 1997. Tourism Tasmania’s brief is to promote Tasmania nationally and internationally as a worldclass visitor destination.