Still sporting its original SAR red livery, GE class 34 #34-120 leads two stablemates in Spoornet blue livery, as they sweep around the long curve at Orient with a westbound container train bound ... (more)
Sunrise and a new lease on life for these vintage (1965/66) diesel locomotives, originally designed & built by General Electric as model GE U20C. Ex SAR (South African Railway) / Transnet Freight ... (more)
18169 leading a container train up through Umlaas Road.
18-298 with a load of empty DJ Wagons passing through Beacon Hill bound for Ladysmith.
18-524 heads Transnet Freight Rail's first two (six ordered) imported 160T breakdown cranes (built by Kirow - Germany), No. 601 and No. 602 from Durban up to Johannesburg.
Running along the R62 the train is just minutes away from arriving in Oudtshoorn where it will stop till lunch time while the tourists go visit an ostrich farm.
E1813 leads the Transkaroo north towards Gouda, about to duck here underneath the road to Soetendal station.
Winter trackside veld fires aplenty as 18-646 leaves Cato Ridge and climbs up out of the dip towards Camperdown with a load of empty CAR (Ore) Wagons.
18-230 / 18-180 running over some freshly ballasted track through Umlaas Road, with a mixed load of CAR / CBR / CFR (Ore) empties.
18-658 bites down hard into the cambered track as she works her load of tanker wagons down grade through a pretty tight curve in the Hammarsdale area en-route to Durban.
18-218 / 18-045 run light units past the old signal box at Umlaas Road Station en-route to Masons Mill / Pietermaritzburg.
E1592 and E1629 heading into the Karoo with the Transkaroo behind having just gone through Touwsrivier.
Two class 34s with empties behind carefully negotiates the sharp curve before crossing the Goukou river outside Riversdal.
Working out of Kroonstad depot, this train is hauling empty grain wagons for the silos at stations along the Free State main line to Sasolburg. The train is seen entering the loop at the south end... (more)
The Worcester - Voorbaai freights crossing here at Karringmelk, on the left 35019/35009 and on the right 35483/35039/35018.