Zooming in on the luxurious South African Blue Train, headed by Class 18E Series 2 locomotive 18-773, in the section between Camperdown and Umlaas Road. The train was making a leisurely Sunday af... (more)
Five 35 Class locomotives climb up to Botriver with a load of grain as the rain starts falling
A loaded ore train passes through Loop 7 heading into the setting sun at the end of another hot day in the Northern Cape.
Sundown at Cedara Station and the Blue Train, with 18-802 / 18-807 in charge, has just completed the 6.9km section of track up through Cedara Tunnel. After a weekend in Durban, the train had depa... (more)
Class 6E1, E1667, departing Worcester Station with the Premier Classe in its new PRASA "blue" livery for Johannesburg / Gauteng.
A beautiful morning as the Blue Train passes by Senwes Grainlink Silos at Regina, with Class 20E locomotives, 20 031 & 20 032.
18522 leads a Rovos train out of tunnel 4 of the Hexton tunnels into Salbar siding heading towards Cape Town on another hot and dry day.
With a fresh Worcester crew in charge, the Blue Train is on its way north to Beaufort West. It is seen exiting the 2nd Hex River tunnel (approx 4.5km long)
World famous Blue train passing through Pentrich station on a late winters afternoon.
Two 15Es lead a loaded ore train around a big curve into the late afternoon sun towards Loop 4
A loaded ore train with 15065 leading is busy crossing here over the Soutrivier (Salt river) as well as the N7 highway through an area called Knersvlakte (meaning gnashing or grinding plains).
A loaded ore train with 15069 leading approaches Loop 6 with some clouds building up in the distance.
Two class 35s lead a cement train through Platteklip outside Darling towards Saldanha.
The Blue Train catches some early spring sun as she heads back to Pretoria from Cape Town.
A nineteen coach Blue Train set, headed by 18-770 / 18-771, is passing through Cliffdale in KwaZulu Natal on its way back to Johannesburg / Pretoria. The train left Johannesburg on Thursday aftern... (more)