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East African Railways


North British Locomotives of Glasgow built railway loco no 2921 'Masai of Kenya', which now resides at the railway museum in Nairobi. [Alistair MacKenzie]

Natal Colony Railway


Colenso Bridge Natal Railway - ex Colony of Natal Railway Handbook and Guide by JF Ingram - 1895 [Alistair MacKenzie]

SNCFT


Waiting for a train at Bir Bou Rekba in November 1999. This is the junction for Hammamet on the metre-guage Tunis-Sousse line. [John Thorn]

South African Railways


This official locomotive change on the Premiere Classe luxury train [see image 55261], due to a change in the OHL supply, was later followed by an unofficial change as this loco' failed at around 11pm. View looks South; notice the 'No cycling on the platform' sign on the right. [Ken Strachan]

Southern Rhodesian Railways


A Beyer-Garratt of Mozambique Railways leaves Umtali in the former Southern Rhodesia in February 1980. [John McIntyre]

List of locations in this area

Beauford West Bir Bou Regba Bir Bou Rekba 

Cape Town Carthage Hannibal Colenso Power Station 

Durban 

Estcourt 

Germiston 

Johannesburg 

Kenya Railway Museum Knysna Kruger National Park Krugersdorp 

Ladysmith 

Magaliesburg 

Nairobi Natal 

Pietermaritzburg Port Elizabeth Pretoria 

Sousse, Tunisia 

Umtali