Dawn is breaking, in its own good time. The loco, if anyone cares, is Kerr Stuart built 4-6-2T of class NG16, about to start a runby. The signal, which has a slight lean to the right, serves as an... (more)
NG6 'Lawley' 4-4-0s perform at sunrise.
2 NG16 Garratts double head on an early morning runby on Geoff Cooke's visit to Sandstone.
These two beautiful little Victorian engines head their mixed goods train towards Hoekfontein, the centre of the 14km Sandstone Estates 2 foot guage system on a clear cold winters morning.
More than 100 years old, Lawley No 106 pilots the Barclay 0-4-4 on a train from Grootdraai to Hoekfontein. The picture was taken in South Africa, but the Maluti mountains are in Lesotho.
A beautiful African sunrise and a few steam locomotives! What else do you need to be happy?
A father and his son are impressed by the show put on by the two narrow gauge Garratt's steam locomotives NGG13 number 49 and NGG 16 number 153 as they storm by with a freight train.
The two narrow gauge Garratt's steam locomotives NGG13 number 49 and NGG 16 number 153 are double heading a freight train on the Sandstone Estates Railway. The train is running in South Africa but... (more)
Feldbahn on the Sandstone estates system during the Geoff Cooke tour.
NG15 at groot draai on the Sandstone estates narrow gauge railway, heading a mixed train
NGG-16 Garratt number 153 negotiates the curve at groot draai on the Sandstone estates narrow gauge railway, on a mixed train
A new day begins in Southern Africa
Sandstone Lawleys pass their Afrikaaner oxen team during the Geoff Cooke tour visit.