South African Class K 4-6-4T - WikipediaThe South African Railways Class K 4-6-4T of 1917 was a steam locomotive. In 1917, the South African Railways placed seven Class K tank steam locomotives with a 4-6-4 Baltic type wheel arrangement in service. They had been built for the Philippines but could not be delivered due to wartime disruption.South African Class C2 4-6-4T - WikipediaThe South African Railways Class C2 4-6-4T of 1896 was a steam locomotive from the pre-Union era in the Colony of Natal.. Between 1879 and 1885, the Natal Government Railways placed 37 4-6-0 tank steam locomotives in service, which were later designated Class G.In 1896, one of them was rebuilt to the first known 4-6-4T Baltic type locomotive, later designated Class H.

Category:South African Class K (4-6-4T) - Wikimedia CommonsMain Wikipedia article: South African Class K 4-6-4T SAR Class K Built for Manila Railway, delivered to SAR Built by North British Locomotive Company SAR number range 347-353South African Class K 4-6-4T - WikiMili, The Free EncyclopediaThe South African Railways Class K 4-6-4T of 1917 was a steam locomotive. South_African_Class_K_4-6-4T - WikiMili, The Free EncyclopediaList of South African locomotive classes - WikipediaSAR Class K: 4-6-4T: 3 ft 6 in, 1067 mm Cape: 1917 SAR Class 1: 4-8-0: 3 ft 6 in, 1067 mm Cape: 1904 SAR Class 1A: 4-8-0: 3 ft 6 in, 1067 mm Cape: 1910 Wikimedia Commons has media related to Locomotives of South Africa: Last edited on 28 February 2020, at 20:07 . Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless otherwise noted. This page was

South African Class J 4-6-4T - WikipediaThe South African Railways Class J 4-6-4T of 1915 was a steam locomotive. In 1915, the South African Railways placed six Class J tank steam locomotives with a 4-6-4 Baltic type wheel arrangement in service. Manufacturer. D.A. Hendrie. To cope with the increasing traffic on the South African Class E 4-6-4T - WikipediaThe South African Railways Class E 4-6-4T of 1902 was a steam locomotive from the pre- Union era in the Colony of Natal. In 1902, the Natal Government Railways placed ten Class F 4-6-4 Baltic type tank steam locomotives in service.

South African Class F 4-6-4T - WikipediaThe South African Railways Class F 4-6-4T of 1904 was a steam locomotive from the pre-Union era in Transvaal Colony.. In 1904, the Central South African Railways placed eight Class F tank steam locomotives with a 4-6-4 Baltic type wheel arrangement in service. In 1912, when these locomotives were assimilated into the South African Railways, they were renumbered but retained their Class F

South African Class C 4-6-0T - WikipediaThe South African Railways Class C 4-6-0T of 1879 was a steam locomotive from the pre-Union era in the Colony of Natal.. Between 1879 and 1885, the Natal Government Railways placed thirty-seven 4-6-0 Ten-wheeler type tank steam locomotives in service. Of these, the first seven were built as 2-6-0T Mogul type locomotives and were subsequently modified to a 4-6-0T wheel arrangement.