Super power on the Sandstone Estates Railways. Narrow gauge Garratts NGG-13 number 49 and NGG-16 number 153 are hauling a freight train.
NG15 number 17 is catching the last rays of sun on the Sandstone Estates Railway.
Two tiny 0-4-2 T locomotives built by Barclay (1916) and Fowler (1914) are catching the morning sun during one of the first runpasts at Sandstone.
NG4 number 16 is a 2 foot 4-6-2 tender locomotive been built by Kerr Stuart in 1913.
NG4 number 16 is about to get a soaking (as was the photografer!) from a storm, as it runs along the pond on the Sandstone Estate Railway.
NG15 number 17 is a Henschel locomotive built in 1931.
The narrow gauge Garratt locomotive NGG-13 number 49 is hauling a freight train on the Sandstone Estates Railway.
Narrow gauge Garratt NGG16 number 153 is hauling a mixed train on the Sandstone Estates railway. The mountains in the back are in Lesotho.
Even hauled by two locomotives this freight train had big difficulties to climb the severe grade on the Sandstone Estates Railway
Sunshine after the storm. NG4 number 16 is back into the sun while the sky in the back is still very dark.
The NG4 has hardly reached the top of the hill with its short freight train. The two young ladies return to their village in the late afternoon.