18-073 is seen here heading a load of cement across the Mooi River. The train is heading out of KwaZulu Natal and is probably bound for Gauteng / Johannesburg. It would have departed Durban abou... (more)
Class 6E1 locomotives, E1531 (still in her original South African Railway livery and with a full set of number and maker plates intact) and E1702, are seen here leaving Bayhead Yard after cutting ... (more)
Fluid / liquid substance haulage via rail from the coast to the Highveld, particularly of Jet Fuel for O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, is very regular on the Natal Main Line / NA... (more)
A single 7E is enough power to haul this string of grain empties into the late afternoon in the Karoo desert
As the "Jolly Roger", a veteran harbour pleasure craft (and an institution in itself locally) sails past, the final fully assembled Class 20E direct from China, 20 010, is about to be cr... (more)
Class 18Es number 699 and 700 lead a Rovos Rail train from Cape Town to Pretoria just past Wellington here.
The final fully assembled Class 20E direct from China, 20 010, is about to be craned onto the wharf at O Shed in Durban Harbour via the floating crane "Indlovu". She had just arrived in ... (more)
35039 leads dz wagons through Klaas Voogdsrivier heading towards Worcester.
18793 speeds over a level crossing outside Colenso leading containers down to Durban.
Although still officially winter, the first green shoots of spring are visible trackside as this quartet of class 39-200's grind their way uphill from Santa siding to Nederhorst with an ore train ... (more)
6E1 E1744 with a string of DZ wagons leaving Redan station. DZ general purpose wagons are becoming a rare sight as they are replaced by more modern wagons
Class 43 116 & 117 bring their load of coal for Tutuka power station past the grain silos at Greylingstad
Despite the inevitable change that comes with the passage of time, this stone arch bridge still carries the Belfast - Lydenburg railway across a mountain stream just south of Santa siding. Four cl... (more)
The first of the spring blossoms greet a train of empties returning from Belfast to Lydenburg, running downgrade from Nederhorst towards the siding at Santa.
18055 leads containers to Durban running down the grade through Boughton here.