Spoornet´s classic 6E1 classes locomotives E 1399 + E 1383 haul the Capetown-Johannesburg train at Leeudoringstad on 22. July 2011. © www.tanago-tours.com
A much grafittied 08h54 service from Simonstown heads north to Cape Town. Part of the stone revetment that has just been installed during the refurbishment of this section can be seen in the foreg... (more)
The bathing huts at St. James beach form a colourful counterpoint to the 07h46 Simonstown - Cape Town service as it leaves St James station
The 15h18 Simonstown - Cape Town service leans into the curve as it leaves Glencairn station
4-8-2 Class 15F 3046 creating a cloud of coal smoke, working hard, moving four dead steam locomotives and eight goods trucks from Ficksburg to Kommando nek. Class 25NC number3472 is ready at the b... (more)
Class 15F 3046 leading 25 class 3472 as they drift into Slabert's on there way to Ficksburg for the Cherry festival.
The folded features of the northern slopes of the Swartberg (Black Mountains) form the backdrop for a runpast on the Union Limited Railway Touring Company 2000 charter.
Class 24 No 3675 earns the curses of local housewives as she smokes it up in preparation of the climb out of the Goukamma valley to the summit at Keytersnek.
14 CRB 1882 doubleheads with GEA 4023 on a David C. Rodgers Tour charter goods out of Oudtshoorn. Sadly No. 1882 was destined only to survive for another 2 months... After a post-maintenance run-i... (more)
Class 35 diesels and Class 6E1 electrics standing at ease at the Bellville Loco Depot on a quiet winter Sunday afternoon.
34-926 is taking a break from hauling iron ore on the Sishen-Saldanha line for some TLC at the Bellville shops. Judging from the new gray component on the fuel tank, all the TLC she's going to get... (more)
The Karoo Express winds through Tulbagh, bound for Cape Town.
Three class 35-600 diesel locomotives for only seven freight cars ! This should be enough to bring this train from Riverside to Creighton
A 100% genuine Erie-built! Two foot gauge 91-008 with a string of wood wagons at the renowned Apple Express headquarters.
A string of five Class 6E1's in three paint liveries - well, almost - the fourth one is a Class 18E. One of the two control towers at Sentrarand is visible in the background.