15016 leads a loaded ore train through Elands Bay on a sunny afternoon.
15032 and 15015 lead a loaded ore train through loop 1 on a hot afternoon with some thunder built up in the distance.
15015 leads empties north here just before Elands Bay.
Every year late winter/early spring parts of the west coast are transformed into a colourful paradise of wild flowers depending on the rain during the winter. Here an empty ore train passes such a... (more)
"Double O Seven" leads and empty ore train north past a nice patch of green after the recent winter rains.
An empty ore train passes a big patch of wild flowers just south of Elands Bay which is a common sight all over the west coast during late winter/early spring.
15040 is at the back of a loaded ore train passing through Elands Bay. In the back you can see where Bobbejaansberg (Baboon mountain) gets it name from.
Panning 15046 at the back of a loaded ore train as the train passes by Elands Bay in the afternoon
Two class 34s lead a ballast train north between Loop 1 and Elands Bay. Seeing class 34s during the day is a rare sight these days.
Three big GEs lead empties north about to enter the tunnel at Elands Bay here.
The back end of an empty ore train is about to pass through the only tunnel on this line at Elands Bay with 15023 at the back.
Class 15E 15025 and class 43 43090 lead a loaded ore train past Elands Bay to Saldanha in the afternoon.
Three class 43 diesels lead empty type CR and CAR wagons north just before Elands Bay.
A loaded ore train curves around Elands Bay as it is about to pass underneath the Bobbejaanberg (baboon mountain).
The back end of an empty ore train passes by in the late afternoon with the head end already gone underneath the Bobbejaansberg (baboon mountain) on the right with 15055 at the back.