The sole preserved 14CRB No. 1882 was a favourite locomotive of mine (I grew up with the 14CRBs in Cape Town). A real go-anywhere slogger, she was used on many rail charters and is seen here on a ... (more)
14CRB 4-8-2 No. 1882 leads GEA Garratt No. 4023 past the home signals at Oudtshoorn. Below freezing weather and morning sun highlight the steam. Alan Crotty recently posted a shot of this train ... (more)
14CRB combines with GEA 4023 to take a mixed train up the easy side of the Montagu Pass. The train was too late for a golden glint, but careful exposure captured this rather nice silver glow.
An early morning double header, lead by a 14CRB class Mountain, storms past the semaphors at Oudtshoorn, on the way towards the Montagu pass.
14CRB No. 1882, built by Montreal Locomotive Works, cruises by Stompdrift Reservoir, on the way to Oudtshoorn.
A rare 14CRB class 4-8-2 passes the Red Wall at Rooikrans in late afternoon light. Light only strikes the wall in January, so today it's black!
The climb up the "easy side" of the Montagu can produce some spectacular smoke effects. Mixed train passing 'Cottages'.
Dawn finds a mixed train approaching Outshoorn passing a rather nice bracket signal