A Rovos train behind 2 class 34s in Spoornet blue pulls into the Voorbaai yard where the diesels will be replaced by 3 class 35s for the trip to Worcester.
Two class 35s and two class 34s stands with their train at the end of Bergrivier siding while an empty coal train passes by on the loop line.
At the time this picture was taken, Wolwehoek was a reasonably well kept manned station with manually controlled colour light block signalling. The bakkie (pick-up truck) parked on the platform be... (more)
A loaded ore slowly accelerate away from Loop 7 while the sheep start to gather in the shade of the tree on another hot and dry day in the Northern Cape.
After collecting loaded grain wagons from the silos at Rooiwal, this pair of Kroonstad based class 34's in Spoornet blue livery are waiting in the freight siding for the signal to proceed north to... (more)
A pair of Kroonstad based class 34-400's are working a late running mixed freight of grain wagons and butane and propylene tankers from Kroonstad to Sasolburg, seen just south of the old Greenland... (more)
My first shot of 2015 produced an unexpected surprise in the form of a late running local freight from Kroonstad to Sasolburg, departing Rooiwal early on a beautiful summer morning. A pair of Kroo... (more)
Down in the valley, 18-506, with a load of containers, is passing through the largely dairy producing area of Mooi River in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands. The train left Durban about 3½ hours earlie... (more)
With some afternoon storm activity around and the landscape already showing signs of the change in seasons, as we move through autumn and head closer to winter in South Africa, 18-506 is pictured ... (more)
Four class 35s with only the first 2 working lead some tankers and dz wagons through Buffeljagsrivier en route to Worcester.
A Container train is heading over the Mooi River towards the North in perfect weather conditions.
35061 leads 3 more mates and a short freight up the climb past Mowers towards Worcester in the afternoon.
Class 9E E9025 is at the back of a loaded ore train rounding a curve as it approaches Loop 6 with the middle part of the train visible on the left.
Sun Setting on a spring afternoon, the world famous Blue Train heads back home to Pretoria.
Four class 35s lead a short load west towards Worcester with the Langeberge as a backdrop and the Hex River Valley mountains in the far distance.