The driver of 19D 2650 is wreathed in steam, as he cleans out the firebox on the ashpits at Capital Park Yard.
In the middle of the night, under the security lights, a Class 24 lets off steam as she sits in Capital Yard.
As the night gets damp, a Class 24 with firebox glowing prepares to pull off.
In the middle of the night, one of the engine crew cleans out the ash pan on a Class 24 engine.
Caught by the last light of day, a 19D shunting the yard talks a break between two passenger coaches.
With its headlights blazing in the late afternoon, a 15F with a passenger rake stands almost ready to move at Capital Park
On a wintry day, a Class 19D halts at the Stop Board in Capital Park Yard, while adminstrative staff confirm train details.
Late in the day, a Class 19D is guided through the switches after having filled up with coal at the coal stage in the background.
Late at night, a Class 19D moves past with the crew illuminated from the firebox
What's taking that marshaller so long with his green flag?
Rovos Rail's ex SAR Class 19D "Bianca" in the process of turning around on the Capital Park wye.
OK, let me guess..... Driver got carsick??
Ready to go and waiting for marching orders
Class 18E # 18-065 and 6E1 # E1682 in their starting blocks, so to speak, waiting for their turn to enter the main line.
Class 35-200 # 283 and 203 moving out with a string of empty (unloaded?) container flat wagons.