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Photo ID: 514801

A Manganese load heads down the gradient into Balgowan, This loco 18-419 used to be allocated to PRASA once upon a time.

Railroad: Transnet Freight Rail
Locomotive: 18E
Location: Balgowan - KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
Locomotive #: 18-419
Train ID: Manganese
Photo Date: January 17, 2015


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By: Greg Hart

Added: Jan 17, 2015

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Photo ID: 505725

Late afternoon container train passes Michael House School heading North

Railroad: Transnet Freight Rail
Locomotive: 18E
Location: Balgowan - KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
Locomotive #: 18-521
Train ID: Container
Photo Date: April 20, 2014


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By: Greg Hart

Added: Nov 09, 2014

Views: 1,235
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Photo ID: 503836

Late afternoon winter's day during July in the Natal Midlands we see a cement train heading up north to Newcastle.

Railroad: Transnet Freight Rail
Locomotive: 18E
Location: Balgowan - KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
Locomotive #: 18-645
Train ID: Cement
Photo Date: July 03, 2012


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By: Greg Hart

Added: Oct 27, 2014

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Photo ID: 502689

5 x 18E's #515/640/506/604/811 pulling a normal length container train approaching Balgowan

Railroad: Transnet Freight Rail
Locomotive: 18E
Location: Balgowan - KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
Locomotive #: 18-515
Train ID: Container
Photo Date: October 15, 2014


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By: Greg Hart

Added: Oct 19, 2014

Views: 1,330
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