Heading back to Cape Town here just to the south of Het Kruis on a beautiful Sunday morning.
Three class 35s with the Phelophepa health train have arrived here at the Langeenheid yard with a batch a of yellow wild flowers providing some colour to the scene.
Two of Sandstone Estate's class NGG16s climb up the bank towards Mooihoek with the 'Mountain Wanderer.'
Class NG10 No.61 and NGG11 No.52 storm up the short gradient leaving Grootdraai.
'Golden Hour Steam!'
Sandstone Estate's class NGG11 No.52 simmers away peacefully at Vailima.
Running through the Nuwekloof Pass between Gouda and Tulbagh gives the passengers the perfect opportunity to get their shots.
An empty ore train heads north through a green country side from the recent winter rains.
The Premier Classe passes through the Nuwekloof behind 2 class 6E1s in the Spoornet orange livery heading north to Johannesburg.
Heading back to Cape Town on a sunny Sunday morning a couple of km outside Piketberg.
Jessica leading the Ceres Rail flower tour north here past Bottelfontein between Malmesbury and Moorreesburg.
'Cleaning in the shed.'
Sandstone Estate's class NG4 receives a good cleaning.
'Train in the Window.'
Sandstone Estate's class NG4 tank-locomotive departs Hoekfontein station.
'Green Pastures, Blue Skies, and a Red Devil!'
World-famous class 26 No.3450 - better known as the 'Red Devil' - is seen here on her first journey post-restoration.
One of, if not, Reefsteamers' last double-headers to Magaliesburg, behind class 12AR and 15F. Seen here at Tarlton.
Sadly, by the end of 2018, Reefsteamers would cease ... (more)
'Underneath a setting sun.'
Reefsteamers' class 15F No.3046 - 'Vreni' - is running a few hours behind schedule and is making up time, as she steams up the last gradient leading into Millsite, K... (more)