The Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg "Tourism", speeds north on the Free State main line between Serfontein and Rooiwal behind Class 6E1 E1616, still sporting its original South African Railways red... (more)
The 80 members of Class 6E were basically a Class 5E1 'with knobs on' - Superceded in 1969 by the hugely successful 6E1 Class with it's many series variants. To view a video of Spoornet's fantast... (more)
A trio of Class 6E1's move out of Bellville Yard with the daily 15:00 northward bound goods train.
A pair of Class 6E1s wait for their crew to arrive, ready to depart towards Kimberley.
A pair of Class 6E1s, heading northeast from Kimberley, arrive at Warrenton with a train of lime wagons.
Passing through Kaalfontein with a string of empty coal wagons. The middle of the three locomotives is an older Class 6E.
Passing through Kaalfontein with a mixed goods train.
E1682 and E1609 astride Paul Kruger street, waiting for permission to enter the Capital Park yard.
Apart from the headlight and windows, the only clean thing visible on this hard working loco is a new air hose. It's hard to believe that there's a bright orange locomotive hidden underneath all ... (more)
Two trains await their marching orders, one behind SAR liveried Class 6E1 E1532, and the other behind Class 18E 18-224, recently rebuilt from a Class 6E1.
The Premier Classe semi-luxury passenger train from Pretoria storms through Stikland station.
Class 6E1 # E1950 and E1951 arriving in the Cape with the Shosholoza Meyl from Pretoria.
The Premiere Classe train leaving Cape Town on a hot Saturday morning.
Four Class 6E1s, the fourth unit running dead in tow, pass through Kaalfontein Station with a goods train.