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September, 27, 2016 the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) in conjunction with Transnet operated a special test train from Johannesburg to Cape Town. The objective of the exercise was to thoroughly test the new 22E as a long distance passenger locomotive, a purpose for which it wasn't initially designed. The Class 22E is a dual voltage, 6200HP locomotive with co'co' wheel arrangement can easily handle such long distant trains single handed. This would also eliminate the need to change locomotives while traversing different voltage zones. The train consisted of 21 newly refurbished mainline coaches and two locomotives. In the lead is the test subject, Class 22E, number 22-053 with GE diesel-electric number 44-041 following in second position. The 22E was designed for usage wit...
I had the good fortune to spend ten weeks in South Africa in 1989 when steam still worked some regular goods traffic. The running shed at Springs 50 klms east of Johannesburg had a number of 15f's who worked daily goods - one of which was 15 klms south to the industrial town Nigel. These scenes show these over worked and under repaired engines as they fulfilled their last call to duty. Within months the shed was closed. Five days a week in the early morning a train would make the journey to spend the whole day shunting and return late in the afternoon. Note the sound of one engine with just three exhaust beats!
Hello! Welcome to this south African Airways review! This past August I had the amazing opportunity to visit Southern Africa with a few friends, and I had an absolutely amazing experience. For the outbound leg, I flew UA from Seattle to Washington, where I caught this flight. I booked an economy ticket and used miles to upgrade, which I was lucky to do because I was told by a UA agent SAA is very stingy about awards for UA customers (GRU-JNB was always open, though). This was the flight: SAA210, departing Washington 17:40 arriving in Johannesburg 16:30+1 day which breaks down as: SAA210 departing Washington 17:40 arriving Accra 7:40+1 day SAA210 departing Accra 8:40 arriving in Johannesburg 16:30 I was both surprised and disappointed by this SAA flight in the opposite areas I expected....
The video is like an introduction to the next (few) series I am currently working on: Because of rapid railway modernization in South Africa, these old mainline electric locomotives are to be extinct. This video is a combination of clips shot at Worcester, Matjiesfontein and an old clip shot at Boksburg East Station by Nixops. All (images) used in this video are of My own. Enjoy!
Tour of the new South African Airways (SAA) A330-200 business and economy class cabins during boarding and in flight. Plane was flying from LHR to JNB in December 2015. Enjoy! (Note: boarding music sound was silenced part way due to copyright)
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