The southbound Pretoria - Cape Town Premier Class passes through Tulbagh Kloof at 16h11
The Phelophepa health care train running through Chavonnes about 10km outside Worcester.
Transnet's Phelophepa health care train rolling along just south of Wolseley.
Early on a windy morning sees the Transnet's Phelophepa health care train heading north.
Four 6E1 electric locos runs light east in the late afternoon.
After three days of almost continuous rain, the clouds finally started breaking up enough to allow some sunshine through. I figured there was a chance of getting a shot of the Premier Classe with ... (more)
Newly overhauled and outshopped in passenger operator Shosholoza Meyl's purple livery, 6E1 E1464 heads up two sisters in original SAR red and Spoornet orange, working a northbound freight from Blo... (more)
A pair of 3kV DC 6E1's in Shosholoza Meyl livery backing on to the Johannesburg - Cape Town "Premier Classe" passenger train at Beaufort West. The 6E1's are taking over from a 25kV AC class 7E, wh... (more)
This pair of 6E1's in Shosholoza Meyl livery is waiting for the "all clear" to move out of the Beaufort West yard and couple on to the Johannesburg - Cape Town "Premier Classe" passenger train, vi... (more)
Always nice to see SAR red and yellow in the lead, today leading the Johannesburg to Cape Town Economy train.
An early running Johannesburg to Cape Town Economy train is slowing for a stop at Wellington a few km to the right.
The arum lilies are in full bloom as the Premier Classe from Cape Town to Johannesburg passes through Muldersvlei.
6E1 1567 and partner lead Rovos Rail out of Cape Town station to Pretoria. This train is the ultimate in luxury and compares with the Orient Express.
This is only the second time that I see 2 purple locos working together, here they are leading the Johannesburg to Cape Town Tourist train past a small cemetry a few km from Wellington.
The daily Cape Town to Johannesburg Economy train is slowly pulling away from Huguenot station after a quick stop.