Two class 35s tow the Red Devil and its train back to Cape Town after picking up problem, going here through Breerivier.
Two class 35s run light past the Red Devil transfer train here at Malan.
The Prasa test train heading back to Johannesburg with a class 22 from TFR seen here through Sandhills station. A class 44 diesel was added to the consist to work the vacuum brakes as the electric... (more)
Running through the Nuwekloof Pass between Gouda and Tulbagh gives the passengers the perfect opportunity to get their shots.
The Premier Classe passes through the Nuwekloof behind 2 class 6E1s in the Spoornet orange livery heading north to Johannesburg.
'Green Pastures, Blue Skies, and a Red Devil!'
World-famous class 26 No.3450 - better known as the 'Red Devil' - is seen here on her first journey post-restoration.
20032 and 20031 lead the Blue Train north to Pretoria through the Nuwekloof Pass.
Ceres Rail passing through Muldersvlei heading to Cape Town.
E1555 leads the Cape Town to East London passenger train here through Tulbagh station on a sunny winters day in the Cape.
Four grubby looking 18Es run light through Hermon towards Worcester.
18522 leads Rovos Rail here through Brackenfell on a sunny afternoon with about 30 min left of the trip to Cape Town.
18697 leads the Phelophepa Health train here between Sandhills and De Wet towards Worcester.
35029 leads the Red Devil and its train back to Cape Town here through Chevonnes outside Worcester.
Ceres Rail traveling back to Cape Town here between Soetendal and Malan on the Cape main line.
The 19D # 3322 of the Ceres Rail Company in the Worcester North depot at night.