Four 6E1s pull their load of coal near Midvaal, with the first three locomotives in the original South African Railways livery this could have been been a scene from 30 years ago.
Four dirty and well travelled old ladies running light units across the Umgababa Bridge on the Kwazulu Natal South Coast back to their depot in Wentworth, Durban. These Class 6E1 Electrics have j... (more)
The northbound Shosh-Meyl day train from Cape Town on 'Fanie's Curve' north of Wellington
Two Class 33's with a short freight heading west to Worcester, running here between Jubilee and Drew sidings.
Two class 33's approaches Bontebokskloof siding with a short freight heding to Worcester.
A class 33 and 35 (GE U15C) leads the Voorbaai to Worcester freight through Buffeljagsrivier as a strong north wester was blowing indicating an approaching cold front.
33014 leading this Rovos train into the night just outside Albertinia as the sun dips behind the horizon.
33006 and 35039 leading the Voorbaai to Worcester freight through Niekerkshek siding.
33014 and 33509 accelerate up the grade just before Keurfontein siding into the late afternoon sun.
33014 and 33509 lead a Rovos Rail train down the hill into Groot Brakrivier station.
The Johannesburg - Cape Town Premier Classe service passes through Tulbagh Kloof. The two vehicles behind the locomotives are motor-car carriers.
One hour, twenty-three minutes after the train in photo #362216 passed through Artois, it was the turn of the passengers in following Premier Classe service to admire the area's scenery.
E1567 and E1556 is seen here leading the JHB to CPT Transkaroo through Muldersvlei.
The southbound Pretoria - Cape Town Premier Class passes through Tulbagh Kloof at 16h11
The Phelophepa health care train running through Chavonnes about 10km outside Worcester.