Three locals walking home late on a Friday afternoon as Metrorail's Boland Blitz approaches running from Cape Town to Worcester.
Day and night, trains come and go at Impala Platinum's main processing plant, visible in the right background. On the left, GE UM10B No.20 waits for ex-SAR class 5E No.24 to move off with a load o... (more)
160 class 5E locomotives were built for the South African Railways (SAR) between 1955 and 1959 and today the last operational member of the class is part of Impala Platinum's fleet. Sadly, this cl... (more)
E1597 leads the Cape Town to Port Elizabeth Premier Classe just north of Wellington.
The Phelophepa health care train running through Chavonnes about 10km outside Worcester.
Four 6E1 electric locos runs light east in the late afternoon.
This line, from Belfast to Steelpoort, is one of the longest and most heavily used branch lines on the South African Rail system. It passes through remote and wild country and serves the chrome m... (more)
A pan shot of E1567 leading the afternoon freight train out of Bellville.
Shortly before sunset on a winter afternoon, the beer train is southbound at Rooiwal, passing the large Senwes grain silos at the north end of the station. Class 6E1 E1507, looking amazingly good ... (more)
This engine was the only 25NC that was fitted with a double Lempor exhaust. She is seen storming past a rather handsome classic SAR semphore signal.
JHB - CPT Premier Classe arriving in the Cape on a sunny winters day.
The return working of the Saturdays-only train that returned gold mine workers from Johannesburg to Fiksburg is seen rounding the curve near Meynell halt.
The passenger train from Bulawayo has just arrived at Victoria Falls.
The SAR 16DA 879 Pacific locomotive helped by a 15CA is leaving the Hercules station with a passenger train.