In the Press

It has been a good time for international press coverage of Sandstone's activities.

We have received an influx of articles appearing which covered various aspects of our heritage programme here in South Africa...

The Railway Magazine July 2015 - Angolan survivors restored by heritage trust

The Railway Magazine July 2015 - Angolan survivors restored by heritage trust

Stars of Sandstone 2015 in Landbouweekblad

Stars of Sandstone 2015 in Landbouweekblad

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Stars of Sandstone 2015 in Railways Africa

 

Stars of Sandstone 2015 in Railways Africa

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The Sandstone Experience - Review of Stars 2015

The Sandstone Experience - Review of Stars 2015

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Stars 2015 publicity - War Zone loco steams again at Sandstone

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Narrow Gauge World newsletter - Review of Stars 2015

Narrow Gauge World newsletter - Review of Stars 2015

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Click here to read David Joy's review of Stars 2015 - PDF

 

Old Glory Newsletter - Review of Stars 2015

Old Glory Newsletter - Review of Stars 2015

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Click here to view Paul Stratford's review of Stars 2015 - PDF

 

VVC Newsletter - Review of Stars 2015

VVC Newsletter - Review of Stars 2015

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The Vintage and Veteran Club has kindly written a few words about Stars 2015, alongside some photographs showing the variety of activities on offer and machinery on display. Click here to view the newsletter - PDF

 

SAFM previews Stars of Sandstone 2015

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The excellent presenter Karen Key interviewed one of the directors of Sandstone Estates about Stars 2015.

The interview appeared on Time to Travel.

To listen click here.

 

Another NGG16 is set for restoration

Another NGG16 is set for restoration

Inspired by his visits here, one of Sandstone’s long time supporters, Pete Best from the UK, has acquired NGG16 No: 130. A Beyer Peacock example, it was delivered in 1951 and initially worked on the Ixopo branch before being transferred to Port Shepstone.

NGG16 130 Pete Best

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