The berkshire, operated by Friends of the Rail is silhouetted in her own steam.
One of the ostriches that are kept in the grounds of Capital Park Locomotive Shed, confronts Friends of the Rail Class 19D and decides that discretion is the better part of valor!
Friends of the Rail's Class 24 poses with an ex Cape Government Railways 8 Class 4-8-0.
The front ends of two classic SAR branch line locomitives - the 19D, nearest to the camera dates from before WW II and the 24, in steam, dates from a few years after the war. This was taken at th... (more)
Friends of the Rail's little Berkshire emerges from her own steam in the first rays of the rising sun.
All South African Steam Locomotive Sheds had blowdown tunnells. No 3467, operated by Steamnet 2000 performs the regulation blowdown before working a "plandamph" freight to De Aar.
One of the last double framed Locomotives in the UK waiting the call from the scrap man.