Riding the "Red Devil", world's most powerful narrow gauge steamlocomotive. The cape gauge (1067 mm or 42 inch) 4-8-4 "Northern" was rebuilt in 1981 by the english mechanical e... (more)
Cleaning the grate of the 19B # 1412 of the Ceres Rail Company in Ashton.
The 4-8-2 19D ("nineteendolly") # 3322 of the Ceres Rail Company doing some shunting in Ashton on the former New Cape Central Railway line Worcester-Voorbaai.
A picture like in times long past, when steam locomotives were commonplace in Ashton. The 19D # 3322 travels through the station with a mixed freight/passenger train, while the grate on the 19B # ... (more)
The unique 4-8-4 "Northern" class 26 # 3450 "Red Devil" (Transnet National Collection) is leased by the Ceres Rail Company and made operational again since last year. The world... (more)
Cleaning the rust, emptying the slag, lubricating, filling up with water, just like old times in Ashton, on the former New Cape Central Railway. 19B # 1412 and 19D # 3322 of the Ceres Railway Comp... (more)
Bailey and Jessica seen here just outside Ashton on the last day of the trip back to Ceres.
The prime aim of the Ceres Rail Company trip to Mossel Bay was to bring newly restored Class 19B No. 1412 back to Ceres. Here we see No. 1412 at the front of the train leaving Ashton along with 1... (more)
35003 and 35009 head west along the R60 road between Ashton and Robertson with the Voorbaai to Worcester freight in tow.
35061 leads a short freight on a hot afternoon into through the Ashton yard en route to Worcester.
Two class 35s leading a short freight have just pass through Ashton heading to Worcester with the Langeberge (long mountains) in the distance.
Two class 33s accelerate up the grade with a short freight behind outside Ashton heading to Voorbaai.
Colas Rail 56311 storms through Ashton on the Dollands Moor to Hams Hall (Birmingham) intermodal.
Crewe to Felixstowe freightliner.