The Premier Classe passes through the Nuwekloof behind 2 class 6E1s in the Spoornet orange livery heading north to Johannesburg.
A very friendly driver's assistant hangs out the window as he waves at us on top of the hill as the Premier Classe passes through the Nuwekloof between Gouda and Tulbagh.
A special Premier Classe trip to Spier for the day waits here in the loop at Vlottenberg before returning to Cape Town later the day.
Two 6E1s lead a short passenger train through a deserted Tulbagh station inbound to Cape Town.
A Premier Classe special that visited Spier for the day is running back to Cape Town here past the semaphore signal at Lynedoch station.
The Transkaroo behind a single 6E1 loco passes through Sandhills in the afternoon traveling from Cape Town to Johannesburg.
A Premier Classe special from Cape Town to Spier outside Stellenbosch is seen here parked in the loop at Vlottenberg waiting for the return trip.
This was a nice suprise to see only a single loco on the Transkaroo, here E1474 is leading the train through Sandhills in the Hex River Valley.
The Phelophepa Health train behind 2 18Es on the left have stopped here in the loop at Artois to allow a faster traveling Transkaroo behind 2 6E1s on the right to pass.
The Cape Town to Johannesburg Premier Classe is taking the last turn out of Tulbaghkloof and about to pass through Tulbagh station here behind E1474 and E1464.
E1474 and E1464 leading the Cape Town to Johannesburg Premier Classe past the Wellington golf course, about an hour into the journey.
Riding through the Karoo in the early morning sun, on the right is the N1 highway linking Cape Town and Johannesburg.
We have just started our journey through Tulbaghkloof from the east side on board the JHB - CPT Tourist train, in the distance on the right is the R46 betwen Tulbagh and Gouda.