* TR stands for Tasmanian Railways

* SAR stands for South Australian Railways

* VR stands for Victorian Railways

* QR/QGR stands for Queensland Railways

* CR stands for Commonwealth Railways

Australian locomotive B 4-4-0 1884

TR Class B, wheel arrangement 4-4-0, year 1884

Australian locomotive Y 2-6-0 1885

SAR Class Y, wheel arrangement 2-6-0, year 1885

Australian locomotive Na 2-6-2 1897

VR Class Na, wheel arrangement 2-6-2, year 1897

Australian locomotive PB-15 4-6-0 1899

QR Class PB-15, wheel arrangement 4-6-0, year 1899

Australian locomotive A2 4-6-0 1907

Victorian Government Railways Class A2, wheel arrangement 4-6-0, year 1907

Australian locomotive K 0-4-0 + 0-4-0 1909

Tasmanian Government Railways Class K Garratt, wheel arrangement 0-4-0 + 0-4-0, year 1909

Australian locomotive B18 4-6-2 1926

QGR Class B18, wheel arrangement 4-6-2, year 1926

Australian locomotive S 4-6-2 1928

VR Class S "Matthew Flinders", wheel arrangement 4-6-2, year 1928

Australian locomotive C 4-6-0 1938

CR Class C, wheel arrangement 4-6-0, year 1938

Australian locomotive H 4-8-4 1941

VR Class H, wheel arrangement 4-8-4, year 1941

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