Class 35 diesels (GE U15C) with the daily malt train leaving Caledon.
The view from the old footbridge, as 18-291, outward bound from Durban with a tanker / mixed train, passes through Rosetta Station in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands. Three to four decades ago stations... (more)
Empty coal wagons are seen here heading back to the mines up north.
The mainstay of the very busy Natal Main Line, or the Natal Corridor as it is also known, in terms of motive power, the Class 18E. 18-079 / 18-054 stand ready at Umbilo Electric Locomotive Depot ... (more)
Empty coal wagans that came from Sappi - SAICCOR Umkomaas are seen here heading back to Bayhed, on a breezy winters afternoon on the coast.
A loaded ore train drops down the grade with E9014 at the back and also some extra covered wagons added on behind the ore wagons.
A typical summer afternoon thunderstorm is brewing once again in Northern KwaZulu Natal. After an approximate 6½ hour trip up from Durban, 18-284 has arrived at Danskraal in Ladysmith with a mixe... (more)
Climbing the bank out of Elandslaagte towards Ladysmith is a coal train heading for the coast.
This shortish mixed freight, headed by 18-013 on this day, with various wagon types in the consist, is a regular on the Natal Main Line. The train is pictured here coming off the Mkondeni Viaduct... (more)
Empty Timber wagons head back to Mason's Mill seen here departing from Cato Ridge with newly painted Locos.
A Manganese load heads down the gradient into Balgowan, This loco 18-419 used to be allocated to PRASA once upon a time.
A Rovos train behind two class 18Es in TFR red is climbing up a slight grade here as it approaches Kleinstraat en route to Cape Town.
Class 35 diesel (GE U15C) with the daily pickup climbs towards Piketberg, through the Boland wheat lands. Notice the difference in air intakes between 000 and 400 series.
Class 35 diesel (GE U15C) with the daily pickup climbs towards Piketberg, through the Boland wheat lands.