A Durban to Johannesburg container train, hauled by the usual set of three 18E's, makes its way up the valley between Greylingstad and Sprucewell on the Natal main line.
Along the Natal main line near Greylingstad, a set of five 18E's heading up a manganese train of type C wagons, passing an old stone walled kraal (corral) on their way to kwaZulu-Natal.
At 6:00am the early morning mist is still hanging over the hills in the background, as the rising sun catches these three 18E's in Spoornet blue livery run through Greylingstad station with a cont... (more)
A mid-summer sunrise catches three 18E's approaching Sprucewell, near Greylingstad on the Natal main line, with their train of empty type CAR and CFR wagons returning to the manganese mines in the... (more)
Two TFR-liveried 18E's and a Spoornet blue sister are passing through Greylingstad on the Natal Corridor (Natcor) main line with a train of double deck motor car carriers from Kaalfontein (near Jo... (more)
A 50-wagon container train from Durban to Johannesburg is seen northwest of Greylingstad, heading towards Sprucewell and Balfour behind the usual power of three class 18E's.
Early morning finds a set of five 18E's approaching Greylingstad on the Natal main line with a southbound 75-wagon coal train. The second unit is 18-077, one of the first series of 6E1 to 18E rebu... (more)
In March each year, when the Cosmos blossoms begin to appear on the highveld, it's a sure sign that the long South African summer is coming to an end. This year was no exception and the flowers pe... (more)