Ceres Rail Company's class 19D - No.3322 - and her lengthy train pass through Somerset West, as they head for the famous and challenging Sir Lowry's Pass!
35485 leads a grain train from Caledon back to Bellville on a sunny afternoon.
Four class 35s lead grain empties towards Caledon on a windy morning due to an approaching cold front.
19D No. 3321 "Jessica" on a LCGB Charter train from Bredasdorp to Cape Town
35-467 rolling through the harvested wheat lands near Caledon with a load of grain bound for Cape Town.
35-467 departing Caledon with a load of grain bound for Cape Town.
35-435 departing Celdon with a load of grain bound for Cape Town with five locomotives at the head. Normal motive power for these trains is four locomotives so presume one of the Caledon shunt loc... (more)
Five 35 Class locomotives climb up to Botriver with a load of grain as the rain starts falling
35500 leads grain empties from Bellville to Caledon here at the bottom of the climb over Sir Lowrys Pass.
Four class 35s arrive at the Caledon yard with a load of empty grain wagons from Bellville.
An empty grain train with 4 class 35s leading sweeps around a big curve as it crosses the Jakkalsrivier (Jackal river) en route to Caledon.
Five class 35s lead a short load of grain up the grade towards Die Vlei siding heading from Caledon to Bellville.
35485 leads 4 mates and a grain train back to Bellville just past Mission siding on the Caledon branch.
Five class 35s with a short load of grain behind pass through an S curve outside Caledon on the trip back to Bellville.
Four class 35s lead an empty grain train down the grade between Houhoek and Botrivier and about to cross the Jakkalsrivier (Jackal river).