34517 taking a break between duties at the ore export terminal.
34457 leads a Rovos train here north between Kandelaars and Oudtshoorn.
Two class 34s taking a break at Burgersdorp station as we pass through on board the Shosholoza Meyl train from Johannesburg to East London.
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.
Two class 34s pulling a Rovos train from George to Oudtshoorn have just gone over the summit and now negotiate the grade down to Camfer at the bottom of the mountain.
Two class 34s have just pulled into Oudtshoorn station from George with a Rovos train behind. The tourists will go visit an ostrich farm during the morning and the train would eventually depart ag... (more)
High up in the Outeniqua mountains 2 class 34s pull a Rovos train towards the submit from George to Oudtshoorn. George is just behind the mountain and in the far distance the Indian ocean.
Running along the R62 the train is just minutes away from arriving in Oudtshoorn where it will stop till lunch time while the tourists go visit an ostrich farm.
The Pride of Africa behind 2 Class 34's are about to duck underneath the R62 here running from George to Oudtshoorn.
Rovos Rail behind 2 class 34's rolling through Kandelaars siding (Chandelier in english) which name is from the red flowers of aloe plants in the area.
A woman and her cat enjoy the sun on a chilly morning as a Rovos Rail train passes by heading to Oudtshoorn.
Two class 34 diesels accelerate through the S curve between Kandelaars and Friesland sidings, leading a Rovos Rail train from George to Oudtshoorn.