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)
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. Sadly, upon the return journey to Cape Town from Robertson, 3... (more)
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)
Reefsteamers' 99-year old class 12AR No.1535 double-heads with class 15F No.3046, during the annual 'Planes, Trains & Automobiles' event. 1535 & 3046 are seen here, racing through Tarlton and on t... (more)
Reefsteamers' class 12AR No.1535 begins the difficult task of climbing the steep gradient at 'three sisters', just outside Krugersdorp.
Reefsteamers' class 12AR No.1535 storms out of Magaliesburg.
The super-shine class 15F No.3046 has just dropped fire, as she prepares to retreat into her shed.
Reefsteamers' class 15F No.3046 storms out of Magaliesburg and its famous cutting, with a return train to Johannesburg.
The fireman of Class 15F No.3052 has a short breather after having cleaned the fire.
The Shoshaloza Meyl races along the mainline towards Potchefstroom with a train bound for Cape Town.
The fireman of class 15F No.3046 adds a fresh layer of coal onto the firebed.
Before the break of dawn, Reefsteamers' class 15F No.3046 and her crew prepare for the mornings activities.
The rising sun catches Reefsteamers' class 15F No.3046 taking on water.
The rising sun catches Reefsteamers' class 15F No.3046 running through the sheds, where many years ago her sisters roosted.