The Ceres Rail flower tour continues north through the farmlands outside Malmesbury heading to Graafwater.
Bailey leading Jessica here between Leeurivier and Voorhuis outside Swellendam on the final day of the four day trip, heading back to Ceres.
Heading down the grade here between Moorreesburg and Koringberg on the trip north to Graafwater.
Heading back to Cape Town here just to the south of Het Kruis on a beautiful Sunday morning.
Running through the Nuwekloof Pass between Gouda and Tulbagh gives the passengers the perfect opportunity to get their shots.
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.
'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.
Dominique leading the Ceres Rail train back to Cape Town past a big patch of yellow wild flowers between Malmesbury and Moorreesburg.
A short Ceres Rail train approaches Niekerkshek siding just behind me on day 2 of the transfer trip between Ceres and Voorbaai.
3322 leads the Ceres Rail flower tour north running here between Het Kruis and Paleisheuwel.
Dominique leads the west coast flower tour back to Cape Town on a sunny Sunday afternoon.
Passing through Eendekuil with still some distance to go to Graafwater.
Dominique leads the Ceres Rail Wacky Wine train through Nuy siding, doing a round trip between Robertson and Worcester.
Ceres Rail passing through Muldersvlei heading to Cape Town.