Two class 35s charge through a S curve underneath some big trees north with the Malmesbury Metro in tow.
35485 arrives at the De Hoek cement factory with 2 empties and a shunters wagon for the morning's shunting.
35483 leads another class 35 and a shunters wagon through Moravia towards the cement factory at De Hoek.
Two class 35s with a load that looks like sand behind approaches Moorreesburg from the Koringberg side heading to Bellville.
Two class 35s with a shunters wagon behind run through the curves outside Piketberg to do shunting at the De Hoek cement factory.
35043 leads another class 35 and 2 more class 34s into Bergrivier siding with steel coil emties behind heading to Saldanha to be reloaded. On the right are a few lamp posts still surviving.
Three class 34s accelerate up the grade into Hopefield with about 70 empty coal wagons behind, heading back to Bellville from Saldanha.
Two class 35s and two class 34s stands with their train at the end of Bergrivier siding while an empty coal train passes by on the loop line.
Two class 35s with two class 34s pull into Bergrivier siding with steal coil empties behind passing a few parked coal wagons in one of the loops.
A short train runs north past a row of blue gum trees en route to the cement factory at De Hoek.
A short freight with 35485 leading passes through Koringberg en route to the cement factory at De Hoek.
Two class 35s and a shunter wagon are busy climbing the grade between Malmesbury and Moorreesburg heading to Piketberg.
Two class 35s with a shunters wagon behind have just departed Malmesbury heading out to De Hoek for the shunting at the cement factory.
Class 35 diesel (GE U15C) with the daily pickup climbs towards Piketberg, through the Boland wheat lands. Notice the difference in air intakes between 000 and 400 series.
Class 35 diesel (GE U15C) with the daily pickup climbs towards Piketberg, through the Boland wheat lands.