Friend of the Rails classic SAR branch line locomotive poses for photographers at the beginning of the FotR annual Steam Photography weekend.
The sun rises on Friends of the Rails stalwart Class 19D at the start of the annual photographic weekend.
Friends of the Rails Class 19D moves towards the ash pits during a recent photographic weekend.
No 3664 hauls her short goods train past the shed's main water tank about 20 minutes after sunrise.
The berkshire, operated by Friends of the Rail is silhouetted in her own steam.
Most of the fire in the Friends of the Rail 19D has been dropped into the ash pit during fire cleaning at the end of a busy day during the weekend of the celebrations of 150 years of Rail in South... (more)
The Fireman, and Chairman of Friends of the Rail cleans the fire of No 3664 on a cold winter's morning.
This is the last working coal stage in South Africa and is used by both Friends of the Rail and Rovos Rail
An example of the standard South African Railways branch line steam locomotive No 2650 simmers at the coal stage.