The famous Selati Crocodile River Bridge

by Paul Mnisi
(Crocodile Bridge)

The Selati Crocodile River Bridge

The Selati Crocodile River Bridge

The old Crocodile River Bridge that formed part of the Selati railway line. This bridge was constructed over 100 years ago and still stands even after being damaged in the severe floods of 2000.

The Bridge can be viewed either from Crocodile Bridge camp or from the ‘new’ low level bridge.
Note the low water level - in the next photograph, taken a few hours later, the water was raging!

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The Crocodile River bridge - disappearing...

by Paul
(Croc Bridge)

The temporary bridge disappearing

The temporary bridge disappearing

The new temporary bridge next to the old low level bridge, slowly being washed away!

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The new Crocodile River Bridge - gone!

by Paul
(Crocodile Bridge)

The raging Crocodile River

The raging Crocodile River

The river is now raging and the bridge has to be closed to traffic. This flooding happens every year in summer, hence the plans to increase the height of the bridge by about one meter.
Note that both the old low-level bridge and the new temporary bridhes have vanished under the water.

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