Class 6E1, E1598 (in her original South African Railway livery and still sporting at least one of her prized and highly collectable brass number plates, outside the workshops of the Umbilo Electri... (more)
It is not only the desolate desert landscape, it is also the many curves on the line that makes this stretch of railroad amazing and a pleasant experience to visit and portray.
Crew change at Cumbre Pass summit at dusk
Cumbre Pass summit at dusk
BB 67514 of 1972 is still alive for some time but it will probably be retired some time soon. 2CC2 3402 of 1929 was withdrawn from service in 1974 when the BB 67514 was 2 years old. Being the last... (more)
CC 6558 is a preserved unit of the CC 6500 series. It is in the green "Maurienne" livery. The Maurienne CC 6500 were delivered in the 1970's to the Chambery Depot, for service on the dif... (more)
A Class 66 of the private operator ECR waits for its next assignment in the Culoz yard while Réseau-Duplex TGV #601 passes on the main line.
About 500 meters away from Cato Ridge Station and 18-048 is outward bound from Durban with a load of C Type Wagon empties. The empties were probably bound for one of the coal mining towns in North... (more)
Shosholoza Meyl / PRASA Class 7E, E7010, is pictured here at the Transnet Engineering workshops in Durban, having just undergone a repaint into the Shosholoza Meyl purple livery. E7010 is an East... (more)
Crew change at the end of the night