Five class 35s with a short load of grain climbs up the grade towards Die Vlei siding heading from Caledon back to Bellville.
35483 leads another class 35 and a shunters wagon through Moravia towards the cement factory at De Hoek.
The Voorbaai to Worcester freight runs past some of the many orchards and vineyards outside Bonnievale in the afternoon.
Two class 35s with a shunters wagon behind run through the curves outside Piketberg to do shunting at the De Hoek cement factory.
Metro train number 3538 approaches Muldersvlei station to the left out of sight in the late afternoon.
Three class 18Es lead a load north through Kleinstraat with dust blowing off the wagons at the back.
After a quick crew change outside Buffeljagsrivier 35061 slowly starts to move forward continuing the trip to Worcester.
Class 16DA "Katie" of Atlantic Rail has just gone through Lynedoch station approaching Spier station for a stop to allow the passengers to disembark for lunch at the Spier Wine Estate.
Three class 18Es bring a load of coal through Sandhills towards Cape Town in the afternoon.
15039 brings up the rear of an empty ore as it pulls into Loop 7 to cross an approaching loaded train.
20031 and 20032 newly painted in the Blue Train colours are seen here heading through Muldersvlei on the first trip back to Johannesburg.
Three class 34s accelerate up the grade into Hopefield with about 70 empty coal wagons behind, heading back to Bellville from Saldanha.
A Rovos train heading to Cape Town exits the longest of the 4 Hexton tunnels which is 13,5km in length.
A Premier Classe special in the new Prasa blue livery is seen here behind one of the new Afro 4000 locos on the return trip to Johannesburg running through the vineyards at Sandhills.
Two class 35s and two class 34s stands with their train at the end of Bergrivier siding while an empty coal train passes by on the loop line.