Railway Bridge over the Knysna Lagoon
South Africa

The Railway Bridge ove the Knysna Lagoon is well known as part of the route of the famous Outeniqua Choo-Tjoe train. However, this train no longer visits Knysna, and rather travels between George and Mossel Bay.

The view of the Knysna Lagoon from the Rail Bridge is wonderful, and well worth a visit.

Copyright: John gore
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Uploaded: 30/05/2010
Updated: 03/07/2014


Tags: railway; rail; bridge; knynsa lagoon
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