Lashed down and ready for a long slow road trip from Durban to Pretoria. On a miserable winter morning this is ex Queensland Railway Class 1720 Clyde GL18C Co-Co, 1769D, shortly after being crane... (more)
35439 runs light through Muldersvlei towards Bellville.
Bailey and Jessica heading up the grade just outside Swellendam late in the afternoon on the third day of the trip.
Train No. 0063 (faulty display), a Type 10M5 set (Set M1), is about to make a stop at Umbilo Station. The train is bound for Durban Station from Pinetown Station. PRASA / Metrorail still operate... (more)
Train No. 0761, a Type 10M5 suburban commuter set operated by PRASA / Metrorail, has just departed Rossburgh Station. The train was on all stops from Kelso Station on the KwaZulu Natal South Coas... (more)
An intricate and carefully choreographed procedure setting the locomotives down during their ship to shore transfer. With rain about, Class 20E, 20 001 the class leader, is in the slings and abou... (more)
With the rain starting to fall Class 20E, 20 001 the class leader, comes out the hold in the slings and is about to be placed on South African soil for the first time via the floating crane Indlov... (more)
No. 1555 in happier days at the head of the CT-JHB Trans-Karoo Express. Compare it now in photo 572855. For interest, also see photos 369843 and 369844 taken on the same day as this photo
Jessica seen here on the outskirts of Worcester on the Cape main line. On the other side of town she will get onto the Voorbaai branch to continue the journey.
After having dropped off grain wagons at the silo 35465 is moving forward again to continue to the De Hoek cement factory.
A loaded ore train is busy crossing over the impressive Olifantsrivier bridge north of Vredendal. The third helper loco is just on the other side of the bridge.
Two class 35s run light back to the depot at Klawer after dropping off empties at the Namaqua Sands plant.
After suffering burn damage a few weeks back, this 6E1 type locomotive awaits her fate of being hauled back to Cape Town where she will be scrapped.
Umgeni Steam Railway's ex SAR Class 19D coasts into Inchanga Station passing the semaphore home signal at "All-Right". In 1940 this station was equipped with just one signal each end of the statio... (more)
18712 leads a load of black gold through Sandhills towards Worcester. The N1 between Cape Town and Johannesburg can be seen behind the train.