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Col André Kritzinger's Collection
 
12/15/2017
 
 
 
 
 
By:Col André Kritzinger
Dates:10/15/2015 - 10/15/2015
Album Info:Diesel-Electric locomotives of Transnet Freight Rail and the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa, the former South African Railways, later Spoornet. Here is one picture of every South African diesel locomotive I've ever photographed, A to Z by loco number, and here and there the same loco in a different paint scheme. I am receiving assistance from fellow railfans in the attempt to post a picture of each and every SA locomotive, most notably from Charles Baker, driver Noel Welch, John Middleton and an anonymous Railfan.
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PRASA Class Afro 4000 4001
Title:  PRASA Class Afro 4000 4001
Description:  Between November 2014 and April 2015 the first thirteen of twenty Class Afro 4000 diesel-electric locomotives for the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa came ashore in Table Bay Harbour. The locomotive was the first new engine to be acquired by PRASA since its establishment and is a Cape gauge version of the Euro 4000 that has been built for European railways since 2007 by Vossloh Rail Vehicles of Albuixech, Valencia. The Afro 4000 soon became controversial since it exceeds the maximum height limit of the South African loading gauge by nearly seven inches.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class Afro 4000.
Photo Date:  9/18/2015  Upload Date: 10/22/2015 7:40:33 PM
Location:  Bloemfontein, FS, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 4001(UNKNOWN)
Views:  128   Comments: 0
PRASA Class Afro 4000 4004
Title:  PRASA Class Afro 4000 4004
Description:  Between November 2014 and April 2015 the first thirteen of twenty Class Afro 4000 diesel-electric locomotives for the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa came ashore in Table Bay Harbour. The locomotive was the first new engine to be acquired by PRASA since its establishment and is a Cape gauge version of the Euro 4000 that has been built for European railways since 2007 by Vossloh Rail Vehicles of Albuixech, Valencia. The Afro 4000 soon became controversial since it exceeds the maximum height limit of the South African loading gauge by nearly seven inches.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class Afro 4000.
Photo Date:  9/18/2015  Upload Date: 10/22/2015 7:57:54 PM
Location:  Bloemfontein, FS, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 4004(UNKNOWN)
Views:  124   Comments: 0
PRASA Class Afro 4000 4007
Title:  PRASA Class Afro 4000 4007
Description:  Between November 2014 and April 2015 the first thirteen of twenty Class Afro 4000 diesel-electric locomotives for the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa came ashore in Table Bay Harbour. The locomotive was the first new engine to be acquired by PRASA since its establishment and is a Cape gauge version of the Euro 4000 that has been built for European railways since 2007 by Vossloh Rail Vehicles of Albuixech, Valencia. The Afro 4000 soon became controversial since it exceeds the maximum height limit of the South African loading gauge by nearly seven inches.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class Afro 4000.
Photo Date:  9/15/2015  Upload Date: 10/22/2015 8:04:53 PM
Location:  Beaufort West, WC, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 4007(UNKNOWN)
Views:  146   Comments: 0
PRASA Class Afro 4000 4010
Title:  PRASA Class Afro 4000 4010
Description:  Between November 2014 and April 2015 the first thirteen of twenty Class Afro 4000 diesel-electric locomotives for the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa came ashore in Table Bay Harbour. The locomotive was the first new engine to be acquired by PRASA since its establishment and is a Cape gauge version of the Euro 4000 that has been built for European railways since 2007 by Vossloh Rail Vehicles of Albuixech, Valencia. The Afro 4000 soon became controversial since it exceeds the maximum height limit of the South African loading gauge by nearly seven inches.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class Afro 4000.
Photo Date:  4/2/2015  Upload Date: 10/22/2015 8:11:04 PM
Location:  Table Bay, Cape Town, WC, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 4010(UNKNOWN)
Views:  142   Comments: 0
PRASA Class Afro 4000 4011
Title:  PRASA Class Afro 4000 4011
Description:  Between November 2014 and April 2015 the first thirteen of twenty Class Afro 4000 diesel-electric locomotives for the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa came ashore in Table Bay Harbour. The locomotive was the first new engine to be acquired by PRASA since its establishment and is a Cape gauge version of the Euro 4000 that has been built for European railways since 2007 by Vossloh Rail Vehicles of Albuixech, Valencia. The Afro 4000 soon became controversial since it exceeds the maximum height limit of the South African loading gauge by nearly seven inches.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class Afro 4000.
Photo Date:  4/2/2015  Upload Date: 10/22/2015 8:19:29 PM
Location:  Table Bay, Cape Town, WC, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 4011(UNKNOWN)
Views:  97   Comments: 0
PRASA Class Afro 4000 4012
Title:  PRASA Class Afro 4000 4012
Description:  Between November 2014 and April 2015 the first thirteen of twenty Class Afro 4000 diesel-electric locomotives for the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa came ashore in Table Bay Harbour. The locomotive was the first new engine to be acquired by PRASA since its establishment and is a Cape gauge version of the Euro 4000 that has been built for European railways since 2007 by Vossloh Rail Vehicles of Albuixech, Valencia. The Afro 4000 soon became controversial since it exceeds the maximum height limit of the South African loading gauge by nearly seven inches.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class Afro 4000.
Photo Date:  4/2/2015  Upload Date: 10/22/2015 8:22:36 PM
Location:  Table Bay, Cape Town, WC, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 4012(UNKNOWN)
Views:  115   Comments: 0
PRASA Class Afro 4000 4013
Title:  PRASA Class Afro 4000 4013
Description:  Between November 2014 and April 2015 the first thirteen of twenty Class Afro 4000 diesel-electric locomotives for the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa came ashore in Table Bay Harbour. The locomotive was the first new engine to be acquired by PRASA since its establishment and is a Cape gauge version of the Euro 4000 that has been built for European railways since 2007 by Vossloh Rail Vehicles of Albuixech, Valencia. The Afro 4000 soon became controversial since it exceeds the maximum height limit of the South African loading gauge by nearly seven inches.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class Afro 4000.
Photo Date:  4/2/2015  Upload Date: 10/22/2015 8:26:05 PM
Location:  Table Bay, Cape Town, WC, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 4013(UNKNOWN)
Views:  98   Comments: 0
SAR Class 31-000 31-007 (D706)
Title:  SAR Class 31-000 31-007 (D706)
Description:  In June and July 1958 the South African Railways placed forty-five Class 31-000 GE U12B diesel-electric locomotives in service. It was designed and built by General Electric and imported and was the first diesel-electric road locomotive class to enter SAR service in quantity. Upon delivery, they were classified as Class 1-DE and numbered in the range from D700 to D744. When a new classification and numbering system for electric and diesel powered locomotives was adopted circa 1960, they were reclassified to Class 31-000 and renumbered in the range from 31-001 to 31-045.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 31-000.
Photo Date:  10/25/2007  Upload Date: 11/1/2007 2:32:29 PM
Location:  Bellville, Cape Town, WC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 31-007(U12B)
Views:  1201   Comments: 0
SAR Class 31-000 31-028 (D727)
Title:  SAR Class 31-000 31-028 (D727)
Description:  In June and July 1958 the South African Railways placed forty-five Class 31-000 GE U12B diesel-electric locomotives in service. It was designed and built by General Electric and imported and was the first diesel-electric road locomotive class to enter SAR service in quantity. Upon delivery, they were classified as Class 1-DE and numbered in the range from D700 to D744. When a new classification and numbering system for electric and diesel powered locomotives was adopted circa 1960, they were reclassified to Class 31-000 and renumbered in the range from 31-001 to 31-045.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 31-000.
Photo Date:  10/31/2010  Upload Date: 10/31/2010 5:51:14 PM
Location:  Bellville, Cape Town, WC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 31-028(U12B)
Views:  685   Comments: 0
SAR Class 32-000 32-021
Title:  SAR Class 32-000 32-021
Description:  Between November 1959 and November 1961 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 32-000 GE U18C1 diesel-electric locomotives with a 1Co+Co1 wheel arrangement in service in South West Africa. Designed and built to South African Railways requirements by General Electric and imported, they were numbered 32-001 to 32-115.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 32-000.
Photo Date:  12/5/2010  Upload Date: 12/22/2010 5:57:35 PM
Location:  Danskraal, Ladysmith, ZN, ZA
Author:  Charles Baker
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 32-021(U18C1)
Views:  816   Comments: 0
SAR Class 32-000 32-029
Title:  SAR Class 32-000 32-029
Description:  Between November 1959 and November 1961 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 32-000 GE U18C1 diesel-electric locomotives with a 1Co+Co1 wheel arrangement in service in South West Africa. Designed and built to South African Railways requirements by General Electric and imported, they were numbered 32-001 to 32-115.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 32-000.
Photo Date:  4/15/2013  Upload Date: 6/14/2013 3:23:34 PM
Location:  George, WC, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 32-029(U18C1)
Views:  343   Comments: 0
SAR Class 32-000 32-042
Title:  SAR Class 32-000 32-042
Description:  Between November 1959 and November 1961 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 32-000 GE U18C1 diesel-electric locomotives with a 1Co+Co1 wheel arrangement in service in South West Africa. Designed and built to South African Railways requirements by General Electric and imported, they were numbered 32-001 to 32-115.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 32-000.
Photo Date:  4/15/2013  Upload Date: 6/14/2013 3:32:46 PM
Location:  George, WC, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 32-042(U18C1)
Views:  372   Comments: 0
SAR Class 32-000 32-047
Title:  SAR Class 32-000 32-047
Description:  Between November 1959 and November 1961 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 32-000 GE U18C1 diesel-electric locomotives with a 1Co+Co1 wheel arrangement in service in South West Africa. Designed and built to South African Railways requirements by General Electric and imported, they were numbered 32-001 to 32-115.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 32-000.
Photo Date:  4/15/2013  Upload Date: 11/28/2009 7:17:42 PM
Location:  Voorbaai, Mosselbaai, WC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 32-047(U18C1)
Views:  842   Comments: 0
SAR Class 32-000 32-094
Title:  SAR Class 32-000 32-094
Description:  Between November 1959 and November 1961 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 32-000 GE U18C1 diesel-electric locomotives with a 1Co+Co1 wheel arrangement in service in South West Africa. Designed and built to South African Railways requirements by General Electric and imported, they were numbered 32-001 to 32-115.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 32-000.
Photo Date:  12/5/2010  Upload Date: 12/22/2010 6:02:39 PM
Location:  Danskraal, Ladysmith, ZN, ZA
Author:  Charles Baker
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 32-094(U18C1)
Views:  526   Comments: 0
SAR Class 32-200 32-202
Title:  SAR Class 32-200 32-202
Description:  In June and July 1966 the South African Railways placed ten Class 32-200 GE U20C1 diesel-electric locomotives in service in South West Africa. It is a more powerful low short hood version of the earlier Class 32-000 and was designed and built to South African Railways requirements by General Electric. They were numbered in the range from 32-201 to 32-210.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 32-200.
Photo Date:  1/8/2009  Upload Date: 2/18/2009 4:30:24 PM
Location:  Saldanha, WC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 32-202(U20C1)
Views:  1256   Comments: 2
SAR Class 33-000 SCTP 1434
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 SCTP 1434
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065. In 2015, some Class 33-000 and Class 33-400 locomotives were sold to the Congolese Company for Transportation and Ports (SCTP, formerly Onatra) in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  9/29/2015  Upload Date: 7/18/2017 11:31:58 AM
Location:  Koedoespoort, Pretoria, GP, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCTP 1434(U20C)
Views:  16   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 SCTP 1436
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 SCTP 1436
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065. In 2015, some Class 33-000 and Class 33-400 locomotives were sold to the Congolese Company for Transportation and Ports (SCTP, formerly Onatra) in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  9/29/2015  Upload Date: 7/18/2017 11:35:31 AM
Location:  Koedoespoort, Pretoria, GP, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCTP 1436(U20C)
Views:  8   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-001
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-001
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  9/28/2006  Upload Date: 12/6/2006 8:07:39 PM
Location:  Capital Park, Pretoria, GP, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-001(U20C)
Views:  787   Comments: 1
SAR Class 33-000 33-002
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-002
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  10/20/2009  Upload Date: 3/29/2009 1:58:41 PM
Location:  Worcester, WC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-002(U20C)
Views:  999   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-005
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-005
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  3/24/2013  Upload Date: 7/8/2013 10:51:04 AM
Location:  Durban, ZN, ZA
Author:  Charles Baker
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-005(U20C)
Views:  166   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-006
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-006
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  1/10/2009  Upload Date: 3/4/2009 10:18:54 AM
Location:  Bellville, Cape Town, WC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-006(U20C)
Views:  484   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-007
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-007
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  6/27/2009  Upload Date: 11/24/2009 10:50:02 AM
Location:  Bellville, Cape Town, WC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-007(U20C)
Views:  456   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-008
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-008
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  4/24/2013  Upload Date: 6/14/2013 4:17:08 PM
Location:  Cambridge, East London, EC, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-008(U20C)
Views:  232   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-009
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-009
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  3/28/2009  Upload Date: 4/1/2009 3:37:11 PM
Location:  Bellville, Cape Town, WC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-009(U20C)
Views:  462   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-014
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-014
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  8/25/2007  Upload Date: 3/3/2009 6:16:23 PM
Location:  Beaconsfield, Kimberley, NC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-014(U20C)
Views:  515   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-015
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-015
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  8/25/2007  Upload Date: 3/3/2009 6:19:07 PM
Location:  Beaconsfield, Kimberley, NC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-015(U20C)
Views:  499   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-017
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-017
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  4/24/2013  Upload Date: 6/14/2013 4:22:16 PM
Location:  Cambridge, East London, EC, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-017(U20C)
Views:  236   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-023
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-023
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  10/2/2009  Upload Date: 11/27/2009 3:59:01 PM
Location:  Koedoespoort, Pretoria, GP, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-023(U20C)
Views:  608   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-025
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-025
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  3/28/2009  Upload Date: 4/1/2009 3:40:53 PM
Location:  Bellville, Cape Town, WC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-025(U20C)
Views:  808   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-030
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-030
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  5/24/2009  Upload Date: 5/26/2009 6:44:54 PM
Location:  Bellville, Cape Town, WC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-030(U20C)
Views:  416   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-030
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-030
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  10/9/2015  Upload Date: 10/17/2015 2:08:26 PM
Location:  De Aar, NC, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-030(U20C)
Views:  153   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-032
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-032
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  4/24/2013  Upload Date: 6/14/2013 4:26:31 PM
Location:  East London, EC, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-032(U20C)
Views:  234   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-033
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-033
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  10/9/2009  Upload Date: 11/27/2009 7:06:58 PM
Location:  Koedoespoort, Pretoria, GP, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-033(U20C)
Views:  370   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-042
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-042
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  10/2/2009  Upload Date: 11/27/2009 4:03:11 PM
Location:  Koedoespoort, Pretoria, GP, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-042(U20C)
Views:  333   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-000 33-044
Title:  SAR Class 33-000 33-044
Description:  Between June 1965 and January 1966 the South African Railways placed sixty-five Class 33-000 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed and built for the South African Railways by General Electric and imported, numbered in the range from 33-001 to 33-065.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-000.
Photo Date:  10/31/2010  Upload Date: 7/20/2009 6:24:16 PM
Location:  Bellville, Cape Town, WC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-044(U20C)
Views:  383   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-200 33-203
Title:  SAR Class 33-200 33-203
Description:  Between October 1966 and May 1967 the South African Railways placed twenty Class 33-200 EMD GL26MC diesel-electric locomotives in service. Designed and built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division, they were delivered with high short hoods and numbered in the range from 33-201 to 33-220. After some were sold, their dynamic braking equipment, located in the high short hood, was removed by the new owners and the short hoods were rebuilt to low noses. Between 1991 and 1992 the remaining Spoornet locomotives were similarly modified and used in shunting service around East London.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-200.
Photo Date:  12/26/1996  Upload Date: 1/28/2013 2:24:19 PM
Location:  Cambridge, East London, EC, ZA
Author:  Nico van der Westhuis
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-203(Unknown)
Views:  336   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-200 33-215
Title:  SAR Class 33-200 33-215
Description:  Between October 1966 and May 1967 the South African Railways placed twenty Class 33-200 EMD GL26MC diesel-electric locomotives in service. Designed and built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division, they were delivered with high short hoods and numbered in the range from 33-201 to 33-220. After some were sold, their dynamic braking equipment, located in the high short hood, was removed by the new owners and the short hoods were rebuilt to low noses. Between 1991 and 1992 the remaining Spoornet locomotives were similarly modified and used in shunting service around East London.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-200.
Photo Date:  12/26/1996  Upload Date: 1/28/2013 2:42:07 PM
Location:  Cambridge, East London, EC, ZA
Author:  Nico van der Westhuis
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-215(Unknown)
Views:  334   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-400 SCTP 1435
Title:  SAR Class 33-400 SCTP 1435
Description:  Between July 1968 and March 1970 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 33-400 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. The locomotive was designed by General Electric and built in South Africa by the South African General Electric-Dorman Long Locomotive Group (SA GE-DL, later Dorbyl). They were numbered in the range from 33-401 to 33-515. In 1990 forty-five of them were transferred to TransNamib, the Namibian Railways, where some have since been rebuilt with reconditioned engines and renumbered from number 501 up. In 2015, some Class 33-000 and Class 33-400 locomotives were sold to the Congolese Company for Transportation and Ports (SCTP, formerly Onatra) in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-400.
Photo Date:  9/29/2015  Upload Date: 7/18/2017 11:51:11 AM
Location:  Koedoespoort, Pretoria, GP, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCTP 1435(U20C)
Views:  13   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-400 33-442
Title:  SAR Class 33-400 33-442
Description:  Between July 1968 and March 1970 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 33-400 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. In 1990 forty-five of them were transferred to TransNamib, the Namibian Railways, where some have been rebuilt with reconditioned engines and renumbered from number 501 up. The locomotive was designed by General Electric and built in South Africa by Dorbyl, numbered 33-401 to 33-515.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-400.
Photo Date:  10/6/2011  Upload Date: 1/29/2013 1:24:01 PM
Location:  Keetmanshoop, Namibia, ZA
Author:  Wynand Vermeulen
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-442(U20C)
Views:  338   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-400 33-445
Title:  SAR Class 33-400 33-445
Description:  Between July 1968 and March 1970 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 33-400 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. In 1990 forty-five of them were transferred to TransNamib, the Namibian Railways, where some have been rebuilt with reconditioned engines and renumbered from number 501 up. The locomotive was designed by General Electric and built in South Africa by Dorbyl, numbered 33-401 to 33-515.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-400.
Photo Date:  7/28/2012  Upload Date: 1/31/2013 4:02:00 PM
Location:  Rand Rifles, Namibia, ZA
Author:  Wynand Vermeulen
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-445(U20C)
Views:  287   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-400 33-446
Title:  SAR Class 33-400 33-446
Description:  Between July 1968 and March 1970 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 33-400 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. In 1990 forty-five of them were transferred to TransNamib, the Namibian Railways, where some have been rebuilt with reconditioned engines and renumbered from number 501 up. The locomotive was designed by General Electric and built in South Africa by Dorbyl, numbered 33-401 to 33-515.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-400.
Photo Date:  5/14/2006  Upload Date: 11/1/2007 2:55:23 PM
Location:  Upington, NC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-446(U20C)
Views:  642   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-400 33-453
Title:  SAR Class 33-400 33-453
Description:  Between July 1968 and March 1970 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 33-400 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. In 1990 forty-five of them were transferred to TransNamib, the Namibian Railways, where some have been rebuilt with reconditioned engines and renumbered from number 501 up. The locomotive was designed by General Electric and built in South Africa by Dorbyl, numbered 33-401 to 33-515.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-400.
Photo Date:  10/6/2011  Upload Date: 1/29/2013 1:26:39 PM
Location:  Keetmanshoop, Namibia, ZA
Author:  Wynand Vermeulen
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-453(U20C)
Views:  215   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-400 33-459
Title:  SAR Class 33-400 33-459
Description:  Between July 1968 and March 1970 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 33-400 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. In 1990 forty-five of them were transferred to TransNamib, the Namibian Railways, where some have been rebuilt with reconditioned engines and renumbered from number 501 up. The locomotive was designed by General Electric and built in South Africa by Dorbyl, numbered 33-401 to 33-515.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-400.
Photo Date:  12/28/2010  Upload Date: 2/5/2012 8:23:43 AM
Location:  Bloemfontein, FS, ZA
Author:  Charles Baker
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-459(U20C)
Views:  325   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-400 33-460
Title:  SAR Class 33-400 33-460
Description:  Between July 1968 and March 1970 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 33-400 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. In 1990 forty-five of them were transferred to TransNamib, the Namibian Railways, where some have been rebuilt with reconditioned engines and renumbered from number 501 up. The locomotive was designed by General Electric and built in South Africa by Dorbyl, numbered 33-401 to 33-515.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-400.
Photo Date:  10/6/2011  Upload Date: 1/29/2013 1:37:48 PM
Location:  Keetmanshoop, Namibia, ZA
Author:  Wynand Vermeulen
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-460(U20C)
Views:  218   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-400 33-463
Title:  SAR Class 33-400 33-463
Description:  Between July 1968 and March 1970 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 33-400 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. In 1990 forty-five of them were transferred to TransNamib, the Namibian Railways, where some have been rebuilt with reconditioned engines and renumbered from number 501 up. The locomotive was designed by General Electric and built in South Africa by Dorbyl, numbered 33-401 to 33-515.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-400.
Photo Date:  5/14/2006  Upload Date: 11/1/2007 3:02:09 PM
Location:  Upington, NC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-463(U20C)
Views:  608   Comments: 1
SAR Class 33-400 33-468
Title:  SAR Class 33-400 33-468
Description:  Between July 1968 and March 1970 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 33-400 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. In 1990 forty-five of them were transferred to TransNamib, the Namibian Railways, where some have been rebuilt with reconditioned engines and renumbered from number 501 up. The locomotive was designed by General Electric and built in South Africa by Dorbyl, numbered 33-401 to 33-515.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-400.
Photo Date:  10/6/2011  Upload Date: 1/29/2013 1:44:36 PM
Location:  Keetmanshoop, Namibia, ZA
Author:  Wynand Vermeulen
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-468(U20C)
Views:  209   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-400 33-487
Title:  SAR Class 33-400 33-487
Description:  Between July 1968 and March 1970 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 33-400 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. In 1990 forty-five of them were transferred to TransNamib, the Namibian Railways, where some have been rebuilt with reconditioned engines and renumbered from number 501 up. The locomotive was designed by General Electric and built in South Africa by Dorbyl, numbered 33-401 to 33-515.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-400.
Photo Date:  9/25/2012  Upload Date: 1/28/2013 2:49:58 PM
Location:  East London, EC, ZA
Author:  Nico van der Westhuis
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-487(U20C)
Views:  266   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-400 33-488
Title:  SAR Class 33-400 33-488
Description:  Between July 1968 and March 1970 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 33-400 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. In 1990 forty-five of them were transferred to TransNamib, the Namibian Railways, where some have been rebuilt with reconditioned engines and renumbered from number 501 up. The locomotive was designed by General Electric and built in South Africa by Dorbyl, numbered 33-401 to 33-515.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-400.
Photo Date:  4/24/2013  Upload Date: 6/14/2013 4:50:57 PM
Location:  East London, EC, ZA
Author:  Col André Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-488(U20C)
Views:  210   Comments: 0
SAR Class 33-400 33-489
Title:  SAR Class 33-400 33-489
Description:  Between July 1968 and March 1970 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 33-400 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. In 1990 forty-five of them were transferred to TransNamib, the Namibian Railways, where some have been rebuilt with reconditioned engines and renumbered from number 501 up. The locomotive was designed by General Electric and built in South Africa by Dorbyl, numbered 33-401 to 33-515.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-400.
Photo Date:  8/26/2007  Upload Date: 3/3/2009 7:12:34 PM
Location:  De Aar, NC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-489(U20C)
Views:  453   Comments: 1
SAR Class 33-400 33-491
Title:  SAR Class 33-400 33-491
Description:  Between July 1968 and March 1970 the South African Railways placed one hundred and fifteen Class 33-400 GE U20C diesel-electric locomotives in service. In 1990 forty-five of them were transferred to TransNamib, the Namibian Railways, where some have been rebuilt with reconditioned engines and renumbered from number 501 up. The locomotive was designed by General Electric and built in South Africa by Dorbyl, numbered 33-401 to 33-515.
See also the Wikipedia article on the South African Class 33-400.
Photo Date:  5/1/2013  Upload Date: 11/26/2009 2:09:17 PM
Location:  Beaconsfield, Kimberley, NC, ZA
Author:  Col Andre Kritzinger
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SAS 33-491(U20C)
Views:  278   Comments: 1


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