18-177 / 18-153 / 18-052 are outward bound from Durban with a load of containers. The train is seen here busy winding its way through the rural hills of the Shongweni / Cliffdale area, having dep... (more)
Only about 6 months left of steam at Saiccor now before diesel replacement! The last working steam operations (non preservation) in South Africa. Saiccor No. 3 (Ex SAR Class 19D No. 2767) - Leavi... (more)
18-209 and three helpers are seen here passing through Cedara Station in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands, with a load of Jet Fuel for O.R. Tambo International and Lanseria airports in Johannesburg, hav... (more)
18-212 is in charge of this container train, which has just completed the steep and twisty climb up from Pietermaritzburg to the top of Boughton and is now heading towards the Cedara Tunnel portal... (more)
A beautiful winter sunrise and 18-317, with a newly refreshed / painted cab end, is passing through Ashburton Station with a load of cement. The locomotives would have left their depot as light u... (more)
It's a dry winter morning in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands and 18-429 has just exited the Lidgetton Tunnels and is dropping down gradient now towards Lidgetton Station with a Daylight Sitter service ... (more)
Two 18Es that just brought the Phelophepa Health train to Worcester run here around the train heading back to the loco area.
We are traveling on board the Transkaroo from Cape Town to Johannesburg as we pass a slower moving freight train outside Orkney.
35039 leading its train through Nuy station in the afternoon heading to Worcester.
Empty Container flats crossing the Mooi River heading up north for a fresh load of container's for the Durban docks when they return.
A beautiful golden sunrise arrived right on cue in Lions River in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands! 18-194 is in charge of this car train as it crosses the old steel bridge out of Lions River Station. ... (more)
Two beautifully restored 5E1 electric locos of Rovos Rail parked at the Krugersdorp station. On the left in the distance the Transkaroo that brought us here about to depart again.
The Queenstown to Cape Town train running on time here through Romansrivier with fresh snow on the mountain tops in the distance.
Two class 34s with a heavy load behind drifts slowly down the grade outside Velddrif towards Saldanha.
Just after sunrise, as 18-414 and an overnight passenger service from Johannesburg to Durban, known as the "Trans Natal", is at the top of the inviting straight for the run down to Campe... (more)