The Northbound Trans Karoo from Cape Town to Johannesburg is approaching its last station stop at Krugersdorp, before it reaches its final destination. The 18E's working the train are wearing the ... (more)
Snow in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, is rare in terms of it falling in areas that affect the Natal Main Line. Pretty heavy snow falls in July 2011 through Hidcote, Mooi River, Rosetta, Nottingham... (more)
An afternoon of heavy overcast with dust storms and even some rain (in a region ravaged by severe drought), finally saw the sun dropping below the clouds shortly before sunset and just in time to ... (more)
Friends of the Rail's class 19D No.2650 performs a runpast in the setting sun, along the Rayton to Cullinan branchline.
Transnet Freight Rail's "Phelophepa" health care train, a mobile clinic on rails, is on its way to Mafikeng in North West province, seen here behind two of Millsite depot's ageing GE class 34's po... (more)
Transnet Freight Rail's "Phelophepa" health care train, a mobile clinic on rails, is on its way to Mafikeng in North West province, seen here sweeping around the curve at Battery and passing the M... (more)
E1468 and E1474 lead a special Premier Classe into the Hex River valley at Sandhills back north to Johannesburg.
35043 waits at the head end of an empty steel coil train at Bergrivier just as the last wagon of an empty coal train pass on the loop line.
I think that the Class 24 is the most attractive of the South African Railways branch line locomotives. This picture was taken during the annual Steam Photography weekend, hosted by Friends of th... (more)
Currently the only working member of her class with an authentic Steam Era freight consist.
Double-headed NGG16s, glint in the last rays of the setting sun during the Stars of Sandstone Festival. Note the 1920 Chevrolet in the background.
Two class 18Es in TFR red and Spoornet blue lead a special Blue Train north through Malan in the late afternoon.
The only surviving member of her class passes a classic Harvard (T6 Texan) operated by the Harvard Club. The aircraft is finished in 1950s Korean War Era markings. The
South African Air Force ... (more)
A special Premier Classe trip to Spier for the day waits here in the loop at Vlottenberg before returning to Cape Town later the day.