A Rovos African Collage train trip behind 2 class 34s passes a neatly kept garden in Reebok in the Southern Cape heading to Cape Town.
A late running Transkaroo arives here in Wellington behind newly painted E1950 in the purple colour scheme and E1552 in Spoornet orange.
33515 leads 3 class 35s (GE U15C) on the Voorbaai to Worcester freight passing here through Buffeljagsrivier.
Two class 43s approach with a short load and about to pull into Loop 2 to cross an approaching loaded ore train.
What better way to spent your birthday than to go chase trains! Here a loaded ore train starts heading down a slight grade for the last part of the journey into Saldanha.
We are traveling on board the Transkaroo from Cape Town to Johannesburg as we pass a slower moving freight train outside Orkney.
35039 leading its train through Nuy station in the afternoon heading to Worcester.
Two beautifully restored 5E1 electric locos of Rovos Rail parked at the Krugersdorp station. On the left in the distance the Transkaroo that brought us here about to depart again.
The Queenstown to Cape Town train running on time here through Romansrivier with fresh snow on the mountain tops in the distance.
Two class 35s charge up the grade with loaded tankers behind past the silos at Heidelberg station.
An empty ore train with 15054 and 43087 in the front passes through a S curve outside Lamberts Bay.
A loaded ore train has just past through the tunnel underneath the Bobbejaansberg (baboon mountain) with 15009 at the back. In the distance is the Atlantic ocean.
Two class 34s pulling a Rovos train from George to Oudtshoorn have just gone over the summit and now negotiate the grade down to Camfer at the bottom of the mountain.
35465 leads a short train past some farm buildings outside Koringberg heading to the cement factory at De Hoek.
E1592 leads a passenger special returning from the Jazz festival in Cape Town back to Johannesburg into Worcester station.