The driver throttles up a bit as the train slowly approaches around the corner, about to stop at Buffeljagsrivier station to cross the Worcester bound train.
18691 and 18693 are about to duck underneath the R304 bridge with a Rovos train behind on the last part of the trip to Cape Town.
A Durban bound Rovos Rail "Pride Of Africa" set, comprising a few of their beautiful vintage clerestory roof coaches, is crossing the Mooi River headed by 18-187 and 18-257. Although Ro... (more)
Grubby red 18Es on a late running Blue Train.
Two beauties in one picture. The blue train heads back to Pretoria in the north of South Africa in front of a beautiful Table Mountain, the world renowned landmark of Cape Town.
18-265 is about to pass through the remains of Frere Station with a mixed load of sugar and tanker wagons. The train originated in Durban and is about to start the climb up towards Colenso and fu... (more)
A chilly winter afternoon, as this container train headed by 18-281 moves towards Ladysmith. The train is in the section between Colenso and Pieters and is about to pass the Harts Hill Anglo Boer... (more)
While the dairy cows graze, a "Daylight Sitter" service from Durban to Johannesburg crosses the Mooi River in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands on a chilly and very unsettled Sunday morning hea... (more)
Where the Umkomaas River meets the Indian Ocean. A trio of Class 37 locomotives (GM-EMD GT26M2C) in the Spoornet “orange” livery, 37-054 / 37-084 / 37-025 are about to depart from Umkomaas on the... (more)
Early on a typical humid summer morning, as Class 37 Diesels, 37-048 & 37-044 (GM-EMD GT26M2C), pass through Clairwood on their run through to Durban with one of Transnet's Phelophepa Health Train... (more)
Four 18Es with a load of empties leaving Dryden station
Four 18Es with a load of empties heading to Argent from Dryden
The Premier Class train just outside of Wellington in the Boland region of the Western Cape. To note: This is in the middle of Winter.
Charging the grade, wide open, the roar & beat of this unbelievable machine is incredible! Umgeni Steam Railway's ex SAR Class 19D (Wesley) shows what He is made of.
Twenty minutes after sunrise, a pair of new 18E's from the 800 series in the TFR livery, are heading northeast from Leeudoringstad towards Klerksdorp, crossing a small stream as they work a mixed ... (more)