Every year late winter/early spring parts of the west coast are transformed into a colourful paradise of wild flowers depending on the rain during the winter. Here an empty ore train passes such a... (more)
A friendly wave from the driver of 15055 as this loaded ore train gets up to speed again after a crossing back in Loop 5.
An empty ore train passes a big patch of wild flowers just south of Elands Bay which is a common sight all over the west coast during late winter/early spring.
15055 is at the front of a loaded ore train approaching Loop 5 where it will stop to cross an empty train heading north.
The back end of an empty ore train passes by in the late afternoon with the head end already gone underneath the Bobbejaansberg (baboon mountain) on the right with 15055 at the back.