Sunshine after the storm. NG4 number 16 is back into the sun while the sky in the back is still very dark.
The NG4 has hardly reached the top of the hill with its short freight train. The two young ladies return to their village in the late afternoon.
It is quite a hard job for the small 4-4-0 locomotive to pull its freight train up the steep grade.
Narrow gauge NG15 class number 17 is hauling a short freight train on the Sandstone Estates railway.
Sunrise at the Sandstone Estates. The two Lawleys locomotives class NG6 are performing the first runpast of the day.
Wild Cosmos flowers signal the start of winter in South Africa. Patrick Ackerman inspects them with Kerr Stuart Wrenn
Garret 153 leads two other Garratt's at Mooihoek, on its way to Vailima station
Double headed Lawleys pass Pandora pond at Launch of No. 97
Resently restored NG 4 number 16, in the early morning sunlight at Pandora, on its way to Vailima
Feldbahn 0-8-0, built 1915, sold after WW1, ended its working life in Mozambique sugar industry, shipped to UK, shipped back to South Africa, Restored at Sandstone Estates. Standing in the shed at... (more)