Sisonke 19D 2669 & GMAM 4074 double head with a train to Riverside during the Aloe Festival
After a delay waiting for a Transnet conductor driver to arrive, the 19D finally departs against the light with the first 4 vehicles of the Sisonke Stimela train, forming Geoff Cooke's photo chart... (more)
On a frosty morning at dawn, the 19D pumps atmosphere as it shunts the water carrier wagon into position prior to Geoff Cooke's photo charter to Riverside.
As the sun rises, the Sisonke Stimela operation's 19D moves around the Creighton station area shunting the water carriers into position in readiness for the morning run to Riverside with Geoff Coo... (more)
The engineer of the 19D number 2669 is inspecting and oiling his engine in the Creighton shed before the departure.
A Zulu lady is watching at the passenger train climbing up to Donnybrook.
South African Railway class 19D number 2669 is climbing up to Donnybrook hauling a steam charter organized by Geoff Cooke. A few minutes before this picture has been taken, a storm made any photog... (more)
Train with two GE U-20-C1 2669 from Namibia railway.
The aloes are in bloom as 19D No. 2669 heads up the Ngwangwane Gorge towards Riverside on the never completed Durban to Capetown main line.
Cold mornings make for great steam effects, but sometimes you get almost too much! Class 19D 4-8-2 No. 2669 climbs into the sun on a cold, misty morning.
Steam fascinates young boys all over the world! Three local boys watch as the engine crew gets ready to depart for Riverside. No. 2669 is a class 19D, the standard branchline 4-8-2 used all over... (more)