A short train drops down a slight grade between Malmesbury and Moorreesburg heading to the cement factory at De Hoek.
It is not often that one sees diesels out on the Cape main line. Here 2 class 35s take a short load north through Soetendal.
Two class 35s slowly drift down the grade with loaded tankers and empty dz wagons behind about to cross over the Goukou river outside Riversdal.
Passing through Heidelberg station, something interesting to note about this station is that the platform is located next to a loop line with the main line running through the middle.
Running west through the conola fields as they slowly start to bloom here between Niekerkshek and Bontebokskloof.
The Voorbaai - Worcester trains are about to cross here at Karringmelk while the crew will swop trains as well.
Two class 35s lead tankers and dz wagons up the grade through Krombek. In the distance the canola fields are slowly starting to bloom.
35485 leads a short train to the cement factory at De Hoek passing some blue gum trees outside Koringberg.
Two class 35s lead a Rovos passenger train past an old farm house hidden behind the bushes and trees into the setting sun heading to Cape Town.
35485 with 3 wagons behind passing one of the many lush green wheatfields along this part of the line.
The wheatfields are looking very nice from all the winter rains as 35485 with a short load heads up a climb towards Moorreesburg.
During August the Western Cape saw a lot of rain as is evident here while a class 35 passes by with a short load.
A few children walking home from school pause for a moment to watch Rovos Rail behind 2 class 35s passing through Outeniqua siding outside George.
Three Class 35's lead a mix freight through Nuy a couple of km outside Worcester late in the afternoon.
Two Class 35's in the TFR red colour head up the climb towards Mowers a few km outside Worcester with a mix freight behind.