The Blue Train: All aboard South Africa's fabulous icon of luxury travel - just in time for its 70th anniversary 

The bugle player sounding Come To The Cookhouse Door fits the scene at Matjiesfontein to a tee.
This one-horse-town made up of a dozen colonial buildings with corrugated-iron roofs and balconies demarcated by cast-iron railings is a visual complement to the British Army call.
The time bubble is so complete, I almost expect to hear someone singing Oh! What a Lovely War. But then, that's what you sign up for when you travel on South Africa's Blue Train.
Matjiesfontein is the only stop between Cape Town to Pretoria on the 70th anniversary (or thereabouts) of this luxury service. It was... read more

14 November 2016 in Travel, Views: 43
Source: Daily Mail

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