Sandstone's No.1 passes a fully operational ex South African Air Force (SAAF) Harvard Trainer (North American T-6 Texan) on display at Sandstone Estates Airfield
NGG16's Nos 153 and 113 perform a photographic runpast on the Vailima loop
The unsung hero behind the "Stars of Sandstone 2014" event was the diesel shunter that made up the various trains during the intensive 9 day programme. Here, the 1964-built Hunslet Taylo... (more)
What better way to travel on the tracks of 'The Estate' than in a 1913 BSA-bodied inspection trolley?
A family group examines Sezela No. 3, a locomotive rescued from the once extensive Natal sugarcane railways
Double headed Lawley locomotives bring a passenger train into Hoekfontein. These miniature sized locomotives were first used on the 100 mile long 2 foot gauge railway that ran inland from Beira (M... (more)
Sandstone's Barclay tender-tank locomotive holds a special place in the history of the Estate as being the first engine to run on the railway system. She is seen here on a small demonstration frei... (more)
A Sandstone Estates employee, posing as the local International Harvester agricultural equipment agent, watches as NGG16s Nos. 153 and 113 bite into the 1 in 21 grade of the Vailima mountain loop ... (more)
In a scene that could have taken place 120 years ago, the 'trek' oxen pulling a typical South African 19th Century transport wagon suspiciously eye the snorting, steaming monsters passing by. This... (more)
Sandstone Estates' recently restored Peerless road truck (Built 1915?) gives a light coating of dust to passing NGG16 No. 88 near Hoekfontein station. This photo was taken on the first day of Sand... (more)
A special train of David Rodgers Steam Loco Safari tours, run early morning in a frezee country of Free State.