Dual cab WDG-4 leads a long frame-less tanker wagon formation through Daundaj.
From a long way off. This tanker train, headed by 18-061, is leaving Durban and bound for Johannesburg. The train is pictured here crossing the Mkondeni Viaduct in the section between Ashburton ... (more)
Class 18E, 18-229, has just crossed the steel bridge and is making the right handed turn to pass through Lions River Station in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands with a load of tanker wagons. The train ... (more)
Early on a beautiful winter morning and 18-270 is seen here at the head of this tanker train as it exits Ashburton Station. The train would have departed Durban approximately 2 hours earlier and ... (more)
Another stunning autumn afternoon in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands, as 18-336 with a load of tanker wagons (Petrol & Diesel) climbs away from Lions River up towards Dargle. There were more than just... (more)
A beautiful autumn afternoon in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands and 18-061 (with one of the few lady drivers working the Natal Main Line in charge) is Johannesburg bound with tanker wagons. The train ... (more)
Kirk Falls, a great location, but an extremely tricky place to obtain photographs at! The waterfall forms part of an enclosed (on three of the four sides) "amphitheatre" type geographical rock fo... (more)
18-067 has just completed the difficult, steep and very twisty climb up from Pietermaritzburg to the top of Boughton with a load of tanker wagons. The climb will however continue from this point,... (more)
Late on a beautiful spring afternoon in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands, as 18-504 & 18-261 cross the Mooi River with a shortish tanker train. The train is outward bound from Durban and will stop for a... (more)
18-167 / 18-627 / 18-513 are passing through Umlaas Road as they leave Durban with a short(ish) tanker train. Chicken / poultry farms abound in this area, which has a large farm on both sides of ... (more)
A 18-342 heads an outbound (from Durban) load of tanker wagons through Lions River Station in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands.
Late afternoon in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands as a trio of Spoornet "Blue" liveried Class 18E locomotives climb the hill up around the back of Michaelhouse in Balgowan with a mixed load o... (more)
18-006 / 18-209 / 18-278 pass through Cliffdale as they head out of Durban / KwaZulu Natal with a mixed tanker train. The empty "spacer" wagons (in this case grain wagons) are intersper... (more)
Fluid / liquid substance haulage via rail from the coast to the Highveld, particularly of Jet Fuel for O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, is very regular on the Natal Main Line / NA... (more)