Not even the new Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) livery can help to improve the look of TFR's 'ugly duckling' class 38 electro-diesel. Here we see 38-007 teamed up with 38-041 in Spoornet blue and 38-... (more)
This trio of Class 38 electro-diesels is hauling 35 loads of coal up the grade towards Argent station, headed up by class leader 38-001 sporting the new TFR livery. Visible in the left background ... (more)
The rising moon is already well above the eastern horizon as the setting sun lights up this set of five class 18E's in Spoornet blue and TFR red liveries, hauling a heavy westbound coal train. A s... (more)
The first batches of class 18E rebuilds to enter service all wore the Spoornet blue livery. However, the rebranding to Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) has seen the introduction of a much more colourfu... (more)
I call them “Big Blues”, but train crews refer to them as “breadbins”…. Transnet Freight Rail’s Class 10E/10E1/10E2 Co-Co 3kvA heavy haul freight locomotives, still sporting predecessor Spoornet’s... (more)
As autumn rain clouds build up in the east, a quartet of rather dirty Class 18E’s is seen entering Argent station, with a long train of tarpaulin covered “DZ’s”, the most well known type of open w... (more)
As late summer storm clouds build up in the background, a quartet of class 10E's in Spoornet orange and blue liveries is heading east through Argent with a 100-wagon coal train.
These three 6E1's, running light loco to Ogies, are moving away from the camera as they pass a westbound mixed freight on the adjacent track. The blue 6E1 (E1585) is one of only a handful that wer... (more)
As a typical highveld thunderstorm looms overhead, these four 18E's are heading west towards Delmas with a long coal train.