First sightings of the new Transnet Class 39 diesels - a Class 39 under test stands near one of the older Class 35's. This is the second loco of its Class - and one of the first in Transnet's new ... (more)
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.
The front end of a (possible) Class 23 is all that remains, as scrapping of the remaining steam engines at Millsite goes forwards.
The hours tick literally by for lines of steam engines at Transnet's Millsite - all soon to be no more in a couple of months, as on-site scrap metal merchants demolish the remaining steam stock.
A loco stands awaiting a boiler inspection.
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
On a dull rainy day in the highlands, 5 18E units prepare to haul a magnetite train traveling from Palaborwa to Richards Bay (diverted from its normal route via Gollel because of diesel loco short... (more)
In cab shot of a Class 24 during shunting operations ay Capital Park