Passenger train at George Station, South Africa, 1968.
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Workers shovelling coal onto a GEA locomotive number 4048, pulling the Cape Town-Port Elizabeth Express, by Patrick Ransome-Wallis. The locomotive needs more coal to fuel its engine. The locomotive was designed in Britain by Beyer, Peacock and Co.. Most Garratt locomotives were manufactured in Manchester. They were articulated, so that they could travel around tight corners, despite their large size.