Early morning on the outskirts of Swellendam sees Ceres Rail continuing the trip towards Voorbaai.
35468 leads this freight train west to Worcester after a crossing back at the Karringmelk siding.
35494 with a fresh coat of paint lead the Worcester to Voorbaai freight over the level crossing at Kleinberg.
Bailey leading Jessica here between Leeurivier and Voorhuis outside Swellendam on the final day of the four day trip, heading back to Ceres.
A short Ceres Rail train approaches Niekerkshek siding just behind me on day 2 of the transfer trip between Ceres and Voorbaai.
35468 leads a short mix freight through Buffeljagsrivier towards Worcester.
Dominique leads the Ceres Rail Wacky Wine train through Nuy siding, doing a round trip between Robertson and Worcester.
Early on a Saturday morning at Robertson during the Wacky Wine festival as the train gets ready for departure.
35417 in Spoornet orange and 35043 in TFR red lead a mix freight elephant style through Vleidam siding between Heidelberg and Swellendam.
The unique 4-8-4 class 26 # 3450 "Red Devil" (Transnet National Collection) is leased by the Ceres Rail Company and made operational again since last year. The world most powerful "... (more)
4-8-2 19D ("nineteendolly") # 3322 and 4-8-2 19B # 1412 of the Ceres Rail Company with the FarRail Tours charter on the former New Cape Central Railway line between Robertson and Vink.
Look out for the Devil
Intrigued by the arrival of fifty photographers in their tiny hamlet, the locals turn out to see what's up, to be greeted by the famous Red Devil blasting... (more)
Riding the "Red Devil", world's most powerful narrow gauge steamlocomotive. The cape gauge (1067 mm or 42 inch) 4-8-4 "Northern" was rebuilt in 1981 by the english mechanical e... (more)
Cleaning the grate of the 19B # 1412 of the Ceres Rail Company in Ashton.
Swellendam was the easternmost point of the 9 day steamtrain journey of FarRail Tours through the Western Cape province. A local is making a "selfie" with the 19B # 1412 of the Ceres Rail Company.