Class 18E, 18-706 with a load of steel coils passing through a very cold Worcester (snow around on the mountains).
Early morning entering Eendekuil heading back to Cape Town.
Running up the grade towards Rust station. In the far distance to the right some fresh snow from a recent cold front.
The Ceres Rail flower tour passing through a S curve just outside De Hoek heading back to Cape Town.
Dominique leads the Ceres Rail flower tour back to Cape Town here just outside Koringberg.
Over the weekend of the 13th to 15th of July 2018, world-famous class 26 No.3450 (Red Devil) returned to service after a 14 year wait. Unfortunately, the weather did not play along...
Here, No.34... (more)
The passengers get a chance to stretch their legs as Dominique pulls forward to fill up with water at Piketberg station.
Time for a quick service stop at Wellington station as we travel on board Ceres Rail from Cape Town to Ceres.
World-famous class 26 No.3450 - more commonly known as the 'Red Devil'- pulls forward to begin the day's activities. Alongside 3450 is smaller sister class 19B No.1412.
Table Mountain in the b... (more)
World-famous class 26 No.3450 - more commonly known as the 'Red Devil'- simmers away in Ashton station. Sadly, 3450 was waiting for diesels to come haul it back to Robertson, and the Cape Town the... (more)
Day one of the transfer trip from Ceres to Voorbaai and back just outside Worcester here.
All the chasers get their shots of the Ceres Rail flower tour as the train heads north towards Graafwater.
Heading back to Cape Town just to the north of Piketberg here.
Steaming out of Riversdale on day 3 of the transfer trip.
Having been delayed due to a medical emergency onboard (resulting in a 90 minute wait for an ambulance), the Ceres Rail Wine Weekend Excursion is now making up time to arrive in Cape Town on sched... (more)