Friends of the Rail's class 19D No.2650 performs a runpast in the setting sun, along the Rayton to Cullinan branchline.
I think that the Class 24 is the most attractive of the South African Railways branch line locomotives. This picture was taken during the annual Steam Photography weekend, hosted by Friends of th... (more)
Currently the only working member of her class with an authentic Steam Era freight consist.
Double-headed NGG16s, glint in the last rays of the setting sun during the Stars of Sandstone Festival. Note the 1920 Chevrolet in the background.
The only surviving member of her class passes a classic Harvard (T6 Texan) operated by the Harvard Club. The aircraft is finished in 1950s Korean War Era markings. The
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The Apple express is departing from the Patensie station.
The Apple Express is leaving the Hankey station in the warn afternoon light.
Sunshine in the sugar cane fields before the storm.
Magical South African morning light.
Garratt double header. Steam super power on 2 foot gauge!
NG4 #16 is taking water at the Vailima siding.
Ex South African NGG 16 #153 is en route near Vailima with a short mixed train. The Sandstone Estates Railway located near Ficksburg is certainly the most beautiful garden railway of the world !
Magical Sandstone sunrise.
Ex South African Railways Class 19D, No. 2669, pictured at Riverside Station on one of her 2011 Aloe Festival Specials from Creighton on a chilly and dry winter afternoon. No. 2669 is now a Transn... (more)