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Sedgefield is a small village and lake in the Western Cape of South Africa.

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By train[edit]

The steam train that used to run between George and Knysna via Sedgefield and Wilderness was known as the Outeniqua Choo-Tjoe. It was the last-remaining scheduled steam-hauled train service in South Africa. The railway station is just north of town. The route included the Kaaimans River bridge (the most-photographed railway bridge in the world) and the bridge over the Knysna lagoon. The track was closed after flooding in 2006 and 2007.

By bus[edit]

All the major bus companies that ply the Cape Town-Port Elizabeth route stop in Sedgefield.

By car[edit]

The N2 national road from George (to the west) and Knysna (to the east) runs through the centre of town.

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Go next[edit]

Carry on to Knysna or return to George via Wilderness and the on to Mossel Bay

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