THE NEXT TRAINS:
SUNDAY 30th MARCH - 08h30 and 12h30
THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PAX PER TRAIN IS LIMITED SO BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT
Whilst at Inchanga please don't forget to visit the Inchanga Tea Garden and Museum.
Not only can you enjoy some of their home made cruisine but they do offer personalised "one-on-one" tours of the museum and the railway yard.
Tours are offered during the week and the weekend, except the days when the train is running.
Their website is found at www.inchangarailwaymuseum.info
Dianne Abate has submitted these for the enthusiast to enjoy.
We thank her for her submissions and would remind all visitors who want to "copy" these that Copyright exists on them :)
If you have a good photograph that you would like to be displayed here please send to the webmaster
A very rare pic of "Wesley" the 19D No.2685 heading the Garratt GF "Billy" No.2380 at Inchanga Station
Greg Hart and Ryan Fincham have submitted these photographs to share.
Class 19D "Wesley" pulling an empty "ballast train" back to Inchanga - Sunday 25th November 2012
The ballast had been used to re-stock the line south of Bothas Hill, the train and then continued to Kloof
This is the first time a train has run on the line since end of January 2012