A Luxrailer Inspection Trolley passes through Tulbagh station heading out to Worcester.
Finally we get one of the new Afro 4000 locos that Prasa ordered from Spain out on the main line, leading the Premier Classe which is newly painted in the Prasa blue livery.
The Red Devil on the move! After been stored for many years in Cape Town, the Red Devil is being transferred to Worcester for restoration. Ceres Rail will be using her on trips between Cape Town a... (more)
Class GEA Garrat locomotive outside the Outeniqua Transport Museum in George with a Class 36 shunter loco in the back.
Two brand new class 20E dual voltage locos painted in the Blue Train colour is seen here on their first trip from Cape Town to Pretoria just north of Wellington.
Jessica seen here galloping along next to the R60 outside Robertson traveling from Ceres to Mossel Bay.
Three ex Queensland Railway locos painted in the TFR livery accelerate out of Bergrivier station with a load of coal for Saldanha.
A loaded ore train heads west into the late afternoon sun with 15063 bringing up the back.
E9012 looks like she had been working hard lately as seen here on the back of an empty train heading back to the mines up north.
15070 runs around its empty train back to the depot at Saldanha after picking up problems and unable to continue further.
Three ex Queensland Railway locos in the TFR livery join the main line out of the Langeenheid yard to run back light to Bellville.
Jessica seen here not to far away from the destination of Swellendam on a windy day one of the four day trip.
A matching set of 6E1s in the old SAR colours lead a late running inbound Queenstown train through the Hex River Valley mountains towards Worcester.
E9006 assists at the back of an empty ore train passing through Elands Bay in the afternoon.
E1597 in the red SAR livery and E1950 in the new Prasa blue livery lead the Transkaroo from Cape Town to Johannesburg here through Tulbaghkloof.