Two 18Es in TFR red together with 3 18Es in Spoornet blue drift down the grade at Boughton with a load of coal behind.
Two 18Es in Spoornet blue towing a dead class 36 shunting loco lead a mix freight up the climb out of Lions River towards Durban.
18119 fresh out of the paint shop leads tankers here past the faded Lions River station board heading up to Johannesburg.
A friendly wave from the driver of the Premier Classe as it passes through Balgowan early morning heading down to Durban.
18110 leads a coal train up the climb out of Elandslaagte heading down towards Durban.
Two 18Es run light up through Umlaas Road station in the afternoon.
18425 and 18423 depart Lions River after a crew change with the Premier Classe behind for the last part of the trip down to Durban.
18255 and two mates all in Spoornet blue lead containers up to Johannesburg through Beacon Hill.
18262 and 2 mates lead a load of tankers up to Johannesburg through Lions River.
18087 leads containers down to Durban passing through the loop here at Lidgetton.
Class 18Es 434 and 435 have just arrived in Durban with the Trans Natal from Johannesburg and are being pushed into the shed here for an inspection.
18793 speeds over a level crossing outside Colenso leading containers down to Durban.
18055 leads containers to Durban running down the grade through Boughton here.
A late running Premier Classe with 18425 in the lead slows down for a crew change at Lions River en route to Durban.
Four class 11E locos depart Richards Bay with 200 empty coal wagons heading back north to the mines.