An unloved, graffitied 5M2A set heads out of Bellville on its way to Wellington. That's Table Mountain in the far background
Class 35 diesels and Class 6E1 electrics standing at ease at the Bellville Loco Depot on a quiet winter Sunday afternoon.
34-926 is taking a break from hauling iron ore on the Sishen-Saldanha line for some TLC at the Bellville shops. Judging from the new gray component on the fuel tank, all the TLC she's going to get... (more)
E1950 recently traveled up north, where she managed to dodge the recruiters of the Class 18E rebuilding program and instead received a brand new paint coat. She now wears the Shosholoza Meyl liver... (more)
The driver's view.
A very dirty class 34 leads a long string of wagons onto the main line from the Bellville yard.
Another victim of graffiti vandals approach Bellville station.
A special Metro Commuter approaching Bellville Station. The train depicts children and Table Mountain and is inscribed "A Metrorail, SARCC & British High Commission Project". (SARCC: South African... (more)
Two Metro commuters race past each other between Bellville and Stikland stations.
Class 6E # E1186 heads the Shosholoza Meyl on the final stretch of its 1500 km journey from Johannesburg to Cape Town. It enters on the outbound track in order to get to the correct platform for ... (more)
It may look like a locomotive, but it's not. A brand new Plasserail IM2000 Infrastructure Measuring Vehicle approaches Bellville station.