Three class 35s approach Vredendal in the late afternoon heading from the Klawer depot to the Namaqua Sands plant.
Things have turned nice green after some good winter rains as a loaded ore train goes south with 15035 at the back.
Two class 35s lead the weed-killing train through Albertinia on a beautiful winters morning.
Three ex Queensland Railway locos in the TFR livery join the main line out of the Langeenheid yard to run back light to Bellville.
Three ex Queensland Railway locos painted in the TFR livery accelerate out of Bergrivier station with a load of coal for Saldanha.
A six pack of locos with the first four class 35 (GE U15C) and the two blue ones class 34 (GE U26C) run through the loop line at Langeenheid for the trip back to Bellville.
Bailey leads Jessica through a S curve down a little grade between Drew and Bonnievale on day four of the transfer.
15065 leads a loaded ore train towards Loop 4 in the afternoon with the B loco visible just above the lead locos.
Two class 34s lead a ballast train north between Loop 1 and Elands Bay. Seeing class 34s during the day is a rare sight these days.
Jessica leading her short train up the slight grade into Nuy station outside Worcester heading to Swellendam.
E1555 leading the Transkaroo here around the curve between Muldersvlei and Klapmuts. Sadly E1555 suffered fire damage about a month ago.
18712 leads Rovos up the grade at Klapmuts towards Cape Town in the late afternoon.
Bailey and Jessica heading up the grade just outside Swellendam late in the afternoon on the third day of the trip.
A loaded ore train is busy crossing over the impressive Olifantsrivier bridge north of Vredendal. The third helper loco is just on the other side of the bridge.
Two class 35s run light back to the depot at Klawer after dropping off empties at the Namaqua Sands plant.