An unidentified S2 shunter in the Cape Town docks area. In the right background is a GEA Garratt hauled goods, partially obscured by a road sign due to my own incompetence.
A goods hauled by an unidentified 19C approaches Cape Town docks.
Over the weekend of the 13th to 15th of July 2018, world-famous class 26 No.3450 (Red Devil) returned to service after a 14 year wait. Unfortunately, the weather did not play along...
Here, No.34... (more)
Nearing the end of a peak hour suburban run to Fish Hoek, an 8-car set slows for a station stop at Kalk Bay on a beautiful summer afternoon.
Local off-peak suburban service en-route to Simon's Town departs the picturesque station of Sunny Cove on the coast of False Bay, as a security guard watches on.
The flagship train of PRASA (Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa), the Premier Class, heads north through the Boland region. She looks good with her matching set of locomotives.
After suffering burn damage a few weeks back, this 6E1 type locomotive awaits her fate of being hauled back to Cape Town where she will be scrapped.
A batch of class 6E1s belonging to PRASA (Passenger Rail Association of South Africa), are seen here at Monument Station Platform 24 - the stabling location for PRASA's locomotives in Cape Town.
The Blue Train catches some early spring sun as she heads back to Pretoria from Cape Town.
Compared with two weeks ago (see Photo 539311), No. 879's departure was a very sedate affair - no fireworks on this Sunday!
Three kilometers out of Cape Town and Atlantic Rail's 16DA No. 879 is up to speed on the main line for a Sunday run to Stellenbosch.
This beautiful class 16DA locomotive named Katie, is important as a preserved locomotive, as it is the only current running passenger main line steam locomotive in South Africa. Here she hauls her... (more)
Two beauties in one picture. The blue train heads back to Pretoria in the north of South Africa in front of a beautiful Table Mountain, the world renowned landmark of Cape Town.
The Premier Class train just outside of Wellington in the Boland region of the Western Cape. To note: This is in the middle of Winter.