A very friendly driver's assistant hangs out the window as he waves at us on top of the hill as the Premier Classe passes through the Nuwekloof between Gouda and Tulbagh.
A faded E1818 leads the Transkaroo north through De Wet.
The Transkaroo depart Wellington on a sunny morning with E1818 in the lead.
The Transkaroo from Cape Town to Johannesburg passes here through De Wet outside Worcester with E1818 leading.
E1555 leading the Transkaroo here around the curve between Muldersvlei and Klapmuts. Sadly E1555 suffered fire damage about a month ago.
E1468 and E1474 lead a special Premier Classe into the Hex River valley at Sandhills back north to Johannesburg.
A special Premier Classe trip to Spier for the day waits here in the loop at Vlottenberg before returning to Cape Town later the day.
The passenger train from Cape Town to East London is passing here through Tulbagh station having just gone through scenic Tulbaghkloof to the right out of picture.
The Transkaroo from Cape Town to Johannesburg slowly gets up to speed again after a stop at Wellington, with a faded E1818 leading.
The Transkaroo speeds through Sandhills in the Hex River Valley with E1818 leading on a hot day.
A faded E1666 leads the Cape Town to East London passenger train through Muldersvlei station.
Two 6E1s lead a short passenger train through a deserted Tulbagh station inbound to Cape Town.
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.
E1817 and E1186 take a rest between duties in the Worcester yard.
Two 6E1s in the Prasa purple colour lead the Transkaroo through Sandhills a few km outside Worcester heading to Cape Town.