19D 2749 departs from Cullinan with a passenger service to Pretoria.
The Metramco steel beneficiation plant provides the background for FOTR's No. 3664 as she pulls away from Zonderwater siding.
FOTR's No. 3664 leaves Cullinan town early in the morning. The headgear of the Cullinan Diamond Mine is seen in the background. The largest rough gem-quality diamond (621.35 g/1.36 Pounds) ever fo... (more)
Friends of the Rail's class 19D No.2650 performs a late afternoon runpast on the Rayton to Cullinan branchline.
I think that the Class 24 is the most attractive of the South African Railways branch line locomotives. This picture was taken during the annual Steam Photography weekend, hosted by Friends of th... (more)
Friends of the Rail's class 19D No.2650 performs an early morning runpast for photographers.
Friends of the Rail's pretty little Berkshire was designed and built after WWII to operate lightly laid branch lines. One hundred were built.
An authentic steam-era mixed goods and passenger train storms past the photographer during the annual Friends of the Rail's Photographic Weekend.
FotR is the only organization in South Africa t... (more)
Friends of the Rail's classic South African Railways branch line locomotive at a classic photo location. There is nothing quite like steam locomotive photography on the South African Highveld on ... (more)
Friends of the Rail class 24 3664 enters the small town of Rayton with a short mixed for the SAR Steam tours group.
Friends of the Rail class 24 3664 waits while the fireman clears some gravel off the level crossing after the recent rains.
All of the Friends-of-the-Rails passenger stock and both of their preserved branch line locomotives seen on the heavily-subscribed excursion on the first day of the Southern Hemisphere Spring.
First photo runby of the morning with the preserved water-cooled milk van, a DZ and a swing-door surburban coach making up an authentic SAR Steam-Era mixed branch line train.
Friends of the Rails Class 19D shows of her classic lines on the climb to the Zonkolol level crossing on her first outing of the steam excursion season.
One day before the official start of the Southern Hemisphere Spring,. 1938 built No 2650 rounds the curve on the climb out of Cullinan Station.