Epworth Balancing Rocks: "These very photogenic rocks achieved a measure of fame when the main stack featured prominently in the design of Zimbabwe’s banknotes (the rocks are still standing, while the currency has collapsed)." Zimbabwe: The Bradt Guide www.bradtguides.com
Queensland Government Railways - Class "Beyer Garratt", 1009(BP 7349/1951)passes the Glasshouse Mountains as it returns to Brisbane from Yandina on a SunSteam Tour on 9 May 1998. (Photo: Graham Watkins)
No.7 and No. 95 Sandstone Estates Steam 4-4-0 at Free State, South Africa by RailRog. Double headed Lawley locomotives bring a passenger train into Hoekfontein. These miniature sized locomotives were first used on the 100 mile long 2 foot gauge railway that ran inland from Beira (Mozambique) to Umtali (Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe) that was built in 1898. They were nicknamed 'Lawleys' after Mr Lawley, the construction and operations manager on the railway at that time.