E1370 and second unit in old SAR livery with a load of bulk containers passing Dryden
Two 6E1 locomotives (E1314 & E1389) in the old Spoornet "Orange" livery head a Premier Classe "Tourism Indaba Special" over the Umgababa Bridge while on their way back to Durban Station from Umkom... (more)
Not often we get to see five Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) red liveried 18Es working a train together in KZN - the Umbilo Locomotive Depot, where the units originate from are not big on colour codin... (more)
E1504 features prominantly in this group of Class 6E1 locomotives, the majority of which still sport their original awesome South African Railway livery (SAR Red & Whiskers), at Bayhead. Bayhead ... (more)
14103 and 14101 lead the Blue Train into Tulbaghkloof just north of Gouda. The second loco have now also been given its stripes, matching those on the coaches.
18670 leads this Rovos train through Tulbaghkloof about to cross underneath the R46 with about 2hrs left of the journey to Cape Town.
160 class 5E Bo-Bo electric locomotives were built for the South African Railways (SAR) between 1955 and 1959. In 2011 the last operational member of the class was part of Impala Platinum's fleet ... (more)
The return working of the Staurdays-only Bombela train, returning Lesotho Mine workers from the Witwatersrand performs a blowdown. My old friend Steve Hardy had arranged the smoke and the blowdow... (more)
A Union Limited special departs from Donkerpoort Station in the russet browns of the dry highveld winter. No 3300 was then the last working example of her class. Very similar to the Class 15F sh... (more)
The last working Class 23 hauls her consist of old livery SAR coaches bound for Colesburg.
The last working Class 23 passes the classic semphore signal at Van Zyl station with a train bound for Colesburg.
No 2166 pauses for breath at 6th Reverse
The Cape Town to Johannesburg Premier Classe is taking the last turn out of Tulbaghkloof and about to pass through Tulbagh station here behind E1474 and E1464.
Four 6E1s pull their load of coal near Midvaal, with the first three locomotives in the original South African Railways livery this could have been been a scene from 30 years ago.
Ex SAR Class 25 No. 3472, now with Reefsteamers (Preservation Group), waits patiently on a chilly early Highveld morning for her eager admirers to arrive, before playing a starring role in an arra... (more)