Early on a typical humid summer morning, as Class 37 Diesels, 37-048 & 37-044 (GM-EMD GT26M2C), pass through Clairwood on their run through to Durban with one of Transnet's Phelophepa Health Train sets from Port Shepstone on the KwaZulu Natal South Coast. The train was scheduled to be in Durban at 7am for a routine Carriage & Wagon inspection, before continuing on to Matubatuba, a small town just north of Richards Bay. "The Phelophepa Health Train brings health and hope to thousands of rural South Africans in need of access to health care facilities. This eighteen coach train, with its nineteen resident staff members, fondly known as the “miracle train”, carries the most modern medical equipment on board. Phelophepa is indeed a journey of hope that continues to make a history of caring." - information text taken directly off the Transnet Foundation Website.