After enjoying lunch at the station restaurant we are ready to depart again to Hartenbos on board the 3 Wickham Inspection Trolleys (named Tom, Dick and Harry) of the Diaz Express.
Four class 35s lead this heavy load of steel coils through Langebaanweg heading to Bellville from where electric locos will take the load up north country.
While on vacation in Mauritius we visited L'Aventure du Sucre sugar museum and found this little loco there. Info display: The twin sister of this locomotive is classified as a historic monument i... (more)
A clean looking 35494 leads a short train from George to Voorbaai, passing the Diaz Express parked in the loop at Groot Brakrivier station while we enjoyed lunch at the station restaurant.
The Phelophepa passing through a big S curve as the train enters Koringberg.
A loaded ore train approaches loop 4 north of Vredendal with 2 electrics and 2 diesels at the front.
Four class 35s are getting ready to run light to Klawer after having parked the Phelophepa at Piketberg station.
Two class 35s lead the Phelophepa mobile clinic through the S curve north of Kanonkop siding to Piketberg.
Early morning entering Eendekuil heading back to Cape Town.
The Ceres Rail flower tour passing through a S curve just outside De Hoek heading back to Cape Town.
15061 leads this empty ore train north with fog pushing in off the ocean to the right out of picture.
Time for a quick service stop at Wellington station as we travel on board Ceres Rail from Cape Town to Ceres.
Two class 35s lead the Red Devil train through Artois back to Cape Town after picking up a problem on its first run from Cape Town to Robertson.
18706 and 18687 lead a grain train just past Kraaifontein station towards Worcester.
Heading back to Cape Town just to the north of Piketberg here.