A Type 5M2A Metrorail set about to make a stop at Hamberg Station on its way to Randfontein.
Class 6E1, E1448, heads a PRASA / Shosholoza Meyl main line passenger train through Heuningspruit Station in the Free State Province.
At the South end of Heuningspruit Station in the Free State Province.
New Class 43 GE locomotives pulling empty coal wagons from Pyramid South through to Lephalale Mines in Limpopo.
A loaded ore train snakes through this dry and barren area north of Vanrhynsdorp between Loop 4 and 5 with 15020 at the back.
15040 is at the back of a loaded ore train passing through Elands Bay. In the back you can see where Bobbejaansberg (Baboon mountain) gets it name from.
Three ex Queensland Railway locos in the TFR livery join the main line out of the Langeenheid yard to run back light to Bellville.
Late afternoon and with a thunderstorm brewing, Class 35, 35-626, trundles through Pentrich Station in Pietermaritzburg long hood first with a works train comprising of a few DZ "type" wagons, whi... (more)
Early morning and with trains standing (including one of the Blue Train sets bound for Durban) all over the place due to a major points problem after a power failure, one of Transnet's Luxrailer i... (more)
Three ex Queensland Railway locos painted in the TFR livery accelerate out of Bergrivier station with a load of coal for Saldanha.
After a serious head-on collision the previous Thursday, (no serious injuries were recorded) The recently refurbished 5M2A awaits it's fate in Durban's "E" Yard.
Two class 35s (GE U15C) with two class 34s (GE U26C) lead a load of coal through Bergrivier station while a few coal wagons seemed to have been standing in the siding for quite some time.
After dropping off their load of coal these three ex Queensland Railway locos are about to run back light to Bellville.
A six pack of locos with the first four class 35 (GE U15C) and the two blue ones class 34 (GE U26C) run through the loop line at Langeenheid for the trip back to Bellville.
18522 leads a Rovos train out of tunnel 4 of the Hexton tunnels into Salbar siding heading towards Cape Town on another hot and dry day.