The Blue Train passes through Tulbaghkloof behind 20032 and 20031 with the old road visible below the train.
E1597 in the red SAR livery and E1950 in the new Prasa blue livery lead the Transkaroo from Cape Town to Johannesburg here through Tulbaghkloof.
Two 6E1s in faded Spoornet orange lead the Queenstown to Cape Town train here through Tulbaghkloof on a chilly day after some snow falls the previous week.
Two 18Es lead a Rovos train through Tulbaghkloof from Cape Town back to Pretoria.
A late running Transkaroo from Cape Town to Johannesburg passes here through Tulbaghkloof, to the right just below the track is where the old road was.
E1555 leads a Class 36 shunter and 8 Metro coaches through Tulbaghkloof. The train is coming from Touwsriver and heading back to Cape Town. The Metro coaches goes to Touwsriver for maintenance and... (more)
18670 leads this Rovos train through Tulbaghkloof about to cross underneath the R46 with about 2hrs left of the journey to Cape Town.
E1468 leads the Johannesburg - Cape Town passenger train through Tulbaghkloof, at the bottom is where the old road went which crossed the line on the left where the train is coming through the cut... (more)
We have just started our journey through Tulbaghkloof from the east side on board the JHB - CPT Tourist train, in the distance on the right is the R46 betwen Tulbagh and Gouda.