The Ceres Rail flower tour heading north to Graafwater through Pools station.
'Night scenes at Demeter...'
Ceres Rail Company's class 19D No.3322 and 19B No.1412 simmer away at Demeter Station in Ceres.
'Steam in the rain...'
Ceres Rail Company's class 19B No.1412 & 19D No.3322 as seen from the window on a rainy day...
Ceres Rail Company's class 19D No.3322 charges through Wintervogel, on the Malmesbury 'branch.'
Michell's Pass runpast
Table Mountain departure
Ceres Rail Company's class 19B & 19D have reached the end of the scenic Ceres branchline at Prince Alfred Hamlet and are being turned on the triangle for the trip back.
Ceres Rail Company's class 19B - No.1412 - has reached the end of the scenic Ceres branchline at Prince Alfred Hamlet and is greeted by excited locals who have not seen a train here in many years.... (more)
Class 19B No.1412 performs some shunting duties at Prince Alfred Hamlet before coupling up to 'sister' class 19D No.3322 for a double-header back to Demeter!
Ceres Rail Company's class 19D - No.3322 - and mixed consist are dwarfed by the two Mountainous peaks that form part of Michell's Pass, between Wolseley and Ceres.
If you look closely on the peak... (more)
A Ceres Rail passenger train passing through Tulbagh Kloof (Kloof = Gap/Valley) on the way to Ceres
The Magic of Michell's Pass. 19B 1412 on the climb to Ceres
First light departure, Prince Alfred Hamlet
Concentrate on the shot! A group of golfers are momentarily disturbed by 19B 1412 while teeing off. The line passes through the Ceres golf club grounds close to Demeter station
With her regulator wide open, Ceres Rail Company's class 19D No.3322 is seen here on outskirts of Paarl, thundering down the Cape mainline towards Cape Town!