Welcome to the Umgeni Steam Railway's official website.

A non-profit organisation dedicated to the preservation of railway heritage in South Africa.

USR runs trains on the last Sunday of each month for the public in order to share the experience of railways past, and also to raise funds for ongoing and new projects.
The Inchanga Conservancy run the Craft Market at Inchanga Railway Station everytime USR run a train.  Craft goodies, food and refreshements are always for sale on the train days listed below.
Keep an eye on the website timetable, Facebook Events, Twitter and Google+ Events for special train running dates.
Stokers Arms Special

Inchanga Choo Choo

Departs from "Stokers Arms" in Kloof and returns to Stokers Arms in Kloof.

Stops at Inchanga where the Inchanga conservancy organise a Craft Market, picnic area with food stalls.

SCHEDULE
DateAMPMEV
Sat 15 Jul 2017 Steam LocoDept: 08h30
Retn: 11h30
-270 Seats Left
Dept: 12h30
Retn: 16h00
-230 Seats Left
Dept: 16h30
Retn: 20h30
-260 Seats Left
Sun 16 Jul 2017 Steam LocoDept: 08h30
Retn: 11h30
-240 Seats Left
Dept: 12h30
Retn: 16h00
-220 Seats Left


Sun 30 Jul 2017 Steam LocoDept: 08h30
Retn: 11h30
-220 Seats Left
Dept: 12h30
Retn: 16h00
-260 Seats Left


Colour Legend (Seats Available)
100+ Seats- 100 Seats - 50 SeatsBooked Out/Closed

Note:  Trains run only on the dates and time listed above.

You will be required to arrive at Kloof Station half an hour prior to departure time.  Trains run on time.

PRICE LIST
AdultChild 2yrs-12yrsPensioner 65yrs+
R240R170R170

Children Under 2yrs old are lap passengers and therefore are not booked on the train.

Prices are for the train ride only.
A craft market with food stalls is available at Inchanga and a refreshment bar is on the train.

No Card Facilities at Inchanga or on the train, please carry cash to use on the train and in Inchanga.

Video clip from 26/02/2017 with Wesley.

Posted by Umgeni Steam Railway on Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Inchanga Railway Station (Photo - Bruce D Bennett) Inchanga Choo Choo climbing to Botha's Hill. (Photo - Luke Hawkins 16/04/2017)