Time for a quick service stop at Wellington station as we travel on board Ceres Rail from Cape Town to Ceres.
Two class 35s lead the Red Devil train through Artois back to Cape Town after picking up a problem on its first run from Cape Town to Robertson.
The Red Devil is back in steam but unfortunately on the first revenue trip from Cape Town to Robertson picked up a problem and the train had to be pulled back by 2 class 35s, here approaching Bree... (more)
Over the weekend of the 13th to 15th of July 2018, world-famous class 26 No.3450 (Red Devil) returned to service after a 14 year wait. Sadly, upon the return journey to Cape Town from Robertson, 3... (more)
World-famous class 26 No.3450 - more commonly known as the 'Red Devil'- pulls forward to begin the day's activities. Alongside 3450 is smaller sister class 19B No.1412.
Table Mountain in the b... (more)
18706 and 18687 lead a grain train just past Kraaifontein station towards Worcester.
Rovos Rail passing through the Nuwekloof between Gouda and Tulbagh on a sunny afternoon.
The Red Devil transfer train seen here just south of Gouda through what look nearly like a desert scene.
18706 with the Red Devil transfer running here through Voelvlei siding.
20032 leads the Blue Train through Wellington on the trip from Cape Town to Pretoria.
The Red Devil transfer train just about to enter Hermon station here on the run from Cape Town to Worcester.
A very friendly driver's assistant hangs out the window as he waves at us on top of the hill as the Premier Classe passes through the Nuwekloof between Gouda and Tulbagh.
18706 and the Red Devil seen here between Hermon and Voelvlei heading to Worcester.
Class 18E 18706 transfers the Red Devil from Cape Town to Worcester for restoration here through Soetendal. The 5 grain wagons behind is for break assistance.
The Red Devil on the move! After been stored for many years in Cape Town, the Red Devil is being transferred to Worcester for restoration. Ceres Rail will be using her on trips between Cape Town a... (more)