Three Transnet Freight rail class 18Es and their open-containers containing coal - destined for Cape Town - cross over the impressive bridge outside of Laingsburg.
Table Mountain departure
A Ceres Rail passenger train passing through Tulbagh Kloof (Kloof = Gap/Valley) on the way to Ceres
With her regulator wide open, Ceres Rail Company's class 19D No.3322 is seen here on outskirts of Paarl, thundering down the Cape mainline towards Cape Town!
Following a weekend of photography, Ceres Rail Company's class 19D leads a return train to Cape Town from Ceres.
'Steam in the Cape winelands...'
Ceres Rail Company's class 19D - No.3322 - is seen here racing past a vineyard close to Hermon on the Cape mainline, following a day trip to Ceres on Freedom da... (more)
On a warm autumn morning, Ceres Rail Company's Class 19D - No.3322 - races out of Table Bay Harbour with a day trip train to Ceres.
On a warm autumn morning, Ceres Rail Company's Class 19D - No.3322 - races past Kraaifontein, with a train destined for Ceres.
Ceres Rail Company's class 19D - No.3322 - and her train make their way through Nuwekloof, between Gouda & Tulbagh - on the Cape Town mainline.
Two class 35s tow the Red Devil and its train back to Cape Town after picking up problem, going here through Breerivier.
Two class 35s run light past the Red Devil transfer train here at Malan.
The Prasa test train heading back to Johannesburg with a class 22 from TFR seen here through Sandhills station. A class 44 diesel was added to the consist to work the vacuum brakes as the electric... (more)
Running through the Nuwekloof Pass between Gouda and Tulbagh gives the passengers the perfect opportunity to get their shots.
The Premier Classe passes through the Nuwekloof behind 2 class 6E1s in the Spoornet orange livery heading north to Johannesburg.
'Green Pastures, Blue Skies, and a Red Devil!'
World-famous class 26 No.3450 - better known as the 'Red Devil' - is seen here on her first journey post-restoration.