A faded 37053 and 37033 leaves the Bayhead yard with containers behind.
A consignment of ex QR National locomotives were shipped to South Africa in June 2012 for various rail companies. This is 3103 (one of three electric units) being craned off the "Clipper Amber".
A consignment of ex QR National locomotives were shipped to South Africa in June 2012 for various rail companies. This is 2111D shortly after being craned off the "Clipper Amber".
As a result of a SPAD infringement these two 10M5 commuter sets rubbed noses at New Durban Yard. PRASA / Metrorail are the National and only suburban commuter operator in South Africa.
Three beautiful brand new diesels manufactured by RRL Grindrod in Pretoria awaiting the arrival of a ship to take them to Sierra Leone, having just made their way down to the coast (Durban) under ... (more)
A dirty looking 18158 slowly approaches the Yacht Mole level crossing with a loaded car train to be unloaded onto a ship for export.
Maydon Wharf is a madhouse at the best of times, with trains, 26 wheeler big rigs and impatient motorists jostling in the limited space.
Apart from the headlight and windows, the only clean thing visible on this hard working loco is a new air hose. It's hard to believe that there's a bright orange locomotive hidden underneath all ... (more)
The ugly duckling of South African rails.... A pair of Class 8E shunters, still in SAR livery, working in the Bayhead yard with the Bluff in the background.
Metrorail South Africa's new 10M5 motorcoaches lined up in Durban's C - Yard