Page 02 (top). 1912. Accident to No 380.
Page 03. 1912. Derailment.
Page 09 (top). 1912. Klaserie River bridge with three 100 foot spans.
Page 08 (bottom). 1912. Trusses being erected of Olifants River bridge.
Page 5 (bottom). 1912. HSC Bergh, JP Fenoulhet and JEL Diespecken.
Page 12 (top). 1912. Gravelotte Spruit bridge with one 50 foot span.
Page 06 (bottom). 1912. Olifants River bridge with seven 100 foot spans.
Page 01 (bottom). 1912. Sneiff Spruit bridge with one 100 foot span.
Page 13 (bottom). 1912. Motor trolley accident.
Page 14. 1912. Small bridge with one 15 foot deck span (top). Selati river bridge with three 100 foot spans under construction (bottom.
Page 15. 9 November 1912. Opening of the Selati - Tzaneen line.
Page 01 (top). 1912. Trolley on Thor Spruit bridge with 30 foot deck. Page 16 (bottom). 1912. Opening of the line.
Page 13 (bottom). 1912. Motor trolley accident. Page 16 (top). 1912. Opening of the Selati - Tzaneen line.
Page 05 (top. 1912. Two men on motor trolley. Page 14 (bottom). 1912. Selati River Bridge with three 100 foot spans (upside down).
Page 01. Graaff-Reinet, 15 August 1896. Turning the first sod.
Page 01. Title page.
Page 02. Nakob. On the border between South Africa and German South-West Africa.
Page 03. Graaff-Reinet. View from the northwest.
Page 03. Hierachubis. Mission station.
Page 04. Hierachubis. Subterranean fountain at mission station.
Page 04. Graaff-Reinet. Construction of railway bridge over the Sundays River.
Page 05. Major NK Prettejohn, Resident Engineer.
Page 05. Graaff-Reinet. Construction of railway bridge over the Sundays River.
Page 06. Ariamsvlei. Late headquarters of General Manie Maritz.
Page 06. Near Graaff-Reinet. Rock excavation at Blauw Krantz.
Page 07. A hopeless case.
Page 07. Near Graaff-Reinet. Rock excavation at Blauw Krantz.
Page 08. A hopeless case. Full view.
Page 08. Near Graaff-Reinet. Inspection team at Blauw Krantz.
Page 09. A hopeless case. Ten minutes later.
Page 10. A hopeless case. Forty minutes later, line clear.
Page 10. Near Graaff-Reinet. Blauw Krantz curve and cutting.
Page 11. Electric light installation at railhead.
Page 11 (left). Near Graaff-Reinet. Curve beyond Blauw Krantz.
Page 11 (right). Near Graaff-Reinet. Curve beyond Blauw Krantz.
Page 12. Distribution of sleepers by mule wagon.
Page 12. Near Graaff-Reinet. Surveyor at work at Wit Krantz cutting, Harrison's section.
Page 13. Dragging of rails by mule.
Page 13. Near Graaff-Reinet. 'Sitting Hen Rock' at Wit Krantz.
Page 14. Near Graaff-Reinet. Dolerite columns at Wit Krantz.
Page 14. Light truck at railhead.
Page 15. A long, long way to Kalkfontein.
Page 15. Railway on river bank with natural rock buttresses.
Page 16. Watering mules.
Page 16. Heavy cutting at Blauw Klip.
Page 17. Railway line on river bank.
Page 17. Water at four pennies a gallon at railhead.
Page 18. The last lap to Kalkfontein.
Page 19. Near Graaff-Reinet. Looking north from Wit Krantz.
Page 19. Looking back on the last lap to Kalkfontein.
Page 20. Near Graaff-Reinet. Looking south from Wit Krantz.
Page 20. Cutting the last closure with end of German rails in foreground.
Page 21. Driver Harrison with SAR Class 7B No 1038.
Page 21. Near De Erf looking south.
Page 22. Driver Davis with SAR Class 7 No 955.
Page 22. Railway line in narrow kloof with boulders.
Page 23. Captain Forbes, RSO and Lieutenant Ormsby, District Engineer in Charge Rail Head.
Page 24. Linking in staff. The task done.
Page 24. construction camp in distance with tents and wagons. Four well dressed men relaxing in foreground.
Page 25. Glen Harry. Station.
Page 25. Kalkfontein. View from the east.
Page 26. Glen Harry. Approach to station.
Page 26. Kalkfontein. View from the north.
Page 27. Glen Harry. Line passing lucerne lands.
Page 27. Kalkfontein. Engine shed at station.
Page 28. Kalkfontein. Points set for main line.
Page 28. Temporary bridge over Sundays River.
Page 29. Kalkfontein. Points set for loop.
Page 29 (top). Temporary bridge over Sundays River.
Page 29 (bottom). Temporary bridge over Sundays River.
Page 30. View of snow on Nardouwsberg from railway line.
Page 30. Kalkfontein. Lieutenant Ormsby at points signal.
Page 31. Kalkfontein. Defensive position formed by Germans with sand bags.
Page 31. Railway line with farmhouse in background.
Page 32. Kalkfontein. Water tank protected by sand bags.
Page 32. Earthworks north of Letskraal.
Page 33. Rocks near Coloniesplaats before construction.
Page 33. Kalkfontein. Coach with British flag at the end of the project.
Page 34. Curve at Palinggat.
Page 35. Palinggat at Coloniesplaats.
Page 36. Rocky bit beyond Palinggat.
Page 37. Column intrusive rock.
Page 38. Lootsberg. Approach from the south.
Page 39. Lootsberg. Approach from the south, showing construction shelters.
Page 40. Lootsberg. Great retaining wall.
Page 41. Lootsberg. Great retaining wall.
Page 42. Lootsberg. Cutting south of summit.
Page 43. Lootsberg. Railway line and road south of summit.
Page 44. Middelburg or Rosmead. First train with 'Prosperity' banner over railway line.
CSAR Class 10 No 663 later SAR Class 10 No 745.
Cape Town. Salt River station