Two class 35s (GE U15C) with two class 34s (GE U26C) lead a load of coal through Bergrivier station while a few coal wagons seemed to have been standing in the siding for quite some time.
After dropping off their load of coal these three ex Queensland Railway locos are about to run back light to Bellville.
A six pack of locos with the first four class 35 (GE U15C) and the two blue ones class 34 (GE U26C) run through the loop line at Langeenheid for the trip back to Bellville.
35482 and 35045 lean into the curve as they lead the Phelophepa Health train on a test run from Saldanha to Cape Town here through the triangle at Kalbaskraal.
After having dropped off grain wagons at the silo 35465 is moving forward again to continue to the De Hoek cement factory.
Two class 35s run light back to the depot at Klawer after dropping off empties at the Namaqua Sands plant.
A friendly wave from the driver's assistant as the locos approach the R363 level crossing north of Koekenaap just outside the Namaqua Sands plant.
Two class 35s leading a shunters wagon run north to the De Hoek cement factory outside Piketberg.
The light is quickly fading away as three class 35s approach Loop 4 of the ore line with a load from the Namaqua Sands plant which they will drop off and continue to the depot at Klawer.
With only minutes of sunlight left 3 class 35s grind up the grade with a load from the Namaqua Sands plant which they will drop off at Loop 4 of the Sishen - Saldanha ore line.
35043 waits at the head end of an empty steel coil train at Bergrivier just as the last wagon of an empty coal train pass on the loop line.
Two class 35s with a shunter wagon roll through Moravia where a cement wagon seems to have been forgotten in the loop.
A cement train bound for Saldanha slows to stop at Kalbaskraal for the driver's assistant to throw the switch up ahead for the Saldanha line.
Two class 35s lead a cement train through Platteklip outside Darling towards Saldanha.
35467 lead a load of cement wagons through Platteklip outside Darling towards Saldanha.