The final fully assembled Class 20E direct from China, 20 010, has just been craned off the “Oriental Explorer” while docked at O Shed in Durban Harbour via the floating crane "Indlovu".... (more)
Three class 35s with the Phelophepa in tow on a repositioning move to Ashton approach Leeurivier (Lion River) here between Swellendam and Bonnievale.
Brand spanking new and on their way to Pretoria, running contra flow while passing through the cutting out of Ashburton Station here is Transnet Freight Rail's (the first two of six ordered) impor... (more)
The west coast is known for all the colourful wild flowers during spring season. Here 15024 leads an empty train past a batch of yellow flowers just north of Loop 1.
18-678 is at the front of these six Class 18E locomotives, which had been shutdown on the main line at Cliffdale Crossing, due to an earlier signalling problem. A new crew had just arrived to get... (more)
Another angle on Photo ID 411192. A SPAD (Signal Passed At Danger) infringement resulted in these two Type 10M5 Metrorail sets colliding at the entrance to the large Metrorail Yard just north of ... (more)
The sun just manages to get a look through to offer up some sort of a reflection shot of EXX-3003 while staged in a yard in Maydon Wharf, Durban, awaiting the arrival of a ship to take it (and two... (more)
A lovely late winter afternoon as Class 18E Series 1, 18-253, climbs contra flow with a container train up through the steep gradients and many twists and turnbacks of Boughton. At this point the ... (more)
No 119 rolls into Gamtoos Junction with a photographers' special
A grain train weaves it's way around the Boughton Balloon towards Pietermaritzburg.
The Blue train heads home after a weekend in Durban
E9006 assists at the back of an empty ore train as it swings around Elands Bay heading back north to the mines.
This trio of Class 18E locomotives, headed by 18-349, still look pretty good in their "refreshed", old Spoornet blue livery. They are seen here passing through Camperdown, as they leave... (more)
18-205 heads a cement train for up North
18-167 / 18-627 / 18-513 are passing through Umlaas Road as they leave Durban with a short(ish) tanker train. Chicken / poultry farms abound in this area, which has a large farm on both sides of ... (more)