Class 34 GE U26C # 34-120, still wearing its original SAR red livery, is one of the stalwarts of the fleet that operates the Krugersdorp - Mafikeng line. This veteran locomotive is basking in late... (more)
Forty years after delivery of the last GE U26C class 34 diesels to the South African Railways (SAR) in 1973, some of these veterans continue to survive in their original SAR red livery with yellow... (more)
TRAINS CAN KILL.... to make motorists more aware of the dangers of arguing with a train, Transnet Freight Rail has erected large billboards at certain level crossings along the secondary main line... (more)
Loaded fuel tankers for Botswana head down the long grade into the Magaliesburg valley, behind four class 34 GE U26C's, led by no. 34-120 in original SAR red livery.
Having run light engine from Millsite depot in Krugersdorp, this quartet of class 34 GE U26C's has slowed to a crawl at the west end of Tarlton station, to allow the drivers assistant to climb dow... (more)
Shaft of sunlight catches 34-120 and four other 34 class diesels as they bring their train of soda ash towards Groot Marico