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A selection of Tasmanian books that are no longer in print.

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Australian National Locomotives (Tasmania)
 
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A little booklet of black and white photos of the Tasmanian locomotive fleet.

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Faces of Launceston
 
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The photography of Philip Kuruvita 1995 - 2015, capturing the people of Launceston in northern Tasmania.

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Ferries of the Derwent
 
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A history of the ferry services on the River Derwent in Tasmania.

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Fight the Fiery Fiend - Colonial Fire Fighting 1803-1883
 
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A history of how the early European settlers in Van Diemen's Land fought fires, including those on ships in the River Derwent.

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Half a Lifetime - 39 Years in Forestry
 
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Garry Richardson describes his working life with forestry in Tasmania.

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Hobart Tramways - A centenary commemoration review
 
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The Hobart tram system was the first successful electric tramway network in the Southern Hemisphere.

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Notes On Tasmaniana
 
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Notes On Tasmaniana is a companion volume to the Engravers of Van Diemen's Land, Old Tasmanian Prints and More Old Tasmanian Prints.

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Of Storms and Rainbows - 2/12th Battalion AIF
 
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The story of the men of the 2/12th Battalion AIF in the second world war.

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Port Dalrymple Shipping from 1963 to 1972
 
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A book of colour photographs recording the ships that sailed into Port Dalrymple in northern Tasmania in the last decade prior to the advent of mass containerisation and the decline of the vast numbers of seafarers required to man the new type of ships.

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Pride of the Port - the Watermen of Hobart Town
 
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For nearly two centuries, the port of Hobart, Tasmania has been served by rowing, sailing and motor boats that have been available for hire to take passengers and goods across the river, to points north and south, or to ships moored in the harbour.

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