NRZ main line garrett No 613 storms across the bridge just adjacent to Lokozi Siding. This location is within Hwange National Park and Elephants are often to be seen beneath the bridge.
Ex National Railway of Zimbabwe Class 19 No 804 climbs the grade from the BCL operation to the exchange yard with Botswana Rail. The mine has recently acquired two more Class 19Ds from South Afri... (more)
Four big ex SAR locomotives in steam thanks to Reefsteamers. This was likely the first time this decade that so many big engines were in steam in one location in South Africa. Currently the only... (more)
There are at least 70 years between the age of the young fireman and the oldest steam locomotive operated by Reesfteamers. Taken during the annual Reefsteamers photographers morning.
Currently the oldest working locomotive on the Cape Gauge (3 foot 6 inches) in South Africa No 1535 performs a runby for photographers during the Reefsteamers annual Photographic morning. During t... (more)
Sandstone Heritage Trust's preserved Class NG 15 in the classic dawn silhouette shot on the approach to Hoekfontein.
Randfontein Estate Gold mine operated 12 ex South African Railways Class GMAM Garratt locomotives until early 1995 when hired Diesel-Electric locomotives took over. This GMAM and her train is lit... (more)
No 395 steams past the cattle loading dock on this remote siding. This area of Zimbabwe is known for its cattle ranches.
A group of school children watch one of the last working NRZ garratt locomotives steam into Matetsie station during one of the annual steam safaris operated by Geoff's Trains.
Geoffs Trains arranges photo runbys on what must be one of the most spectacular bridges in the world. The photograph was taken from the Zambian side of the border and the train was proceeding to ... (more)
Having just taken water, No 395 departs Matetsi Station with a train bound for Victoria Falls.
Weighing 180 tons in working order and delivered in 1952 No 613 moves her passenger charter northwards, bound for Matetsi.
In continuous service since she was delivered in 1950, No 395 catches the first warm rays of the Zimbabwean sunrise on the first photo runby of the day.
One of the few remaining operating steam locomotives on the NRZ has just emerged from the only tunnel on the entire Zimbabwean Railway System. Geoffs Trains runs a photographic safari to Zimbabwe... (more)
Newly restored and the only South African Railways steam locomotive ever painted red the only member of her class steams through Houtkraal Station which was still operated with semaphore signals.