A picture like in times long past, when steam locomotives were commonplace in Ashton. The 19D # 3322 travels through the station with a mixed freight/passenger train, while the grate on the 19B # ... (more)
A very successful surprise and an impressive experience for the approximately 50 photographers and videographers of the FarRail Tours journey by steam train through South Africa. After the trip wi... (more)
Steamtrain with 4-8-2 19B # 1412 (built by Berliner Maschinenbau AG, former L.Schwartzkopff/Berlin/Germany in 1930) of the Ceres Rail Company on the spectacular Michell's Pass line from Wolseley t... (more)
Oil fired 4-8-2 19D ("nineteen Dolly") # 3322 of the Ceres Railway Company is pulling the charter train for FarRail Tours of Bernd Seiler on the Klawer line between Het Kruis and Paleish... (more)
The 2-8-4 24 # 3655 is leaving Eendekuil on the Klawer line with the mixed freight/passenger charter of FarRail Tours.
Cleaning the rust, emptying the slag, lubricating, filling up with water, just like old times in Ashton, on the former New Cape Central Railway. 19B # 1412 and 19D # 3322 of the Ceres Railway Comp... (more)
Fuel oil fired 4-8-2 steamlocomotive 19D # 3322 of the South African Railway (SAR), now owned and operated by the Ceres Rail Company, is tackling the heavy grade between Bonnievale and Ashton on t... (more)
Black and white study of the iconic 4-8-4 steamlocomotive "Red Devil" class 26 # 3450 (part of the Transnet National Collection, now maintained and operated by the Ceres Raill Company), pulling a ... (more)
An unidentified pair of class 25 condensers drift down towards Orange River for a fire cleaning stop and maybe water with a Kimberley bound goods from De Aar. Sadly this was the only shot I ever m... (more)
15ARs 2100 and 1820 head the 10.20 Burgersdorp - Rosmead mixed goods and passenger.
15ARs 2015 and 2100 head the "Steam Safari" railtour.
An unidentified 25NC sits outside Beaconsfield shed accompanied by several class 25 condensers.
S2 shunter 3819 sits alongside the coaling stage at Germiston.
19D 2512 works the coaling stage, while a 15F lurks below in the shadows.