It may look like a locomotive, but it's not. A brand new Plasserail IM2000 Infrastructure Measuring Vehicle approaches Bellville station.
Back to front with a string of container wagons at Stikland.
Westbound Metro commuter train speeding away from Stikland station.
OK, let me guess..... Driver got carsick??
Ready to go and waiting for marching orders
Having stopped and uncoupled from its train at Klawer, Class 35-000 # 034 and 009 proceed to pick up some loaded wagons from the siding.
Driver P.A. Korf takes time off from his preparations to start up to enquire about the photographer's credentials.
Entering the Capital Park yard across the Paul Kruger Street bridge.
Say, Mister Signalman, how much longer do we have to wait?
Class 18E # 18-065 and 6E1 # E1682 in their starting blocks, so to speak, waiting for their turn to enter the main line.
Class 35-200 # 283 and 203 moving out with a string of empty (unloaded?) container flat wagons.
Class 18E's are rebuilt Series 8 6E1's with a toilet installed in half of the # 1 end cab to accommodate female crew. They therefore usually run in end-to-end pairs. In the men-only era men just... (more)
Class 6E1 E1629 getting under way
Class 6E1 E1367 getting under way with a trainload of shipping containers
Class 6E1 E1629 waits for its turn to depart from the Capital Park Yard