South African Railways 2-8-4 Class 24 on the George-Knysna Line along the Indian Ocean near Wilderness July 1984. This is the famous Kaimann's River Bridge, where the river empties into the Indian Ocean. This mixed train is headed for Knysna, and will return later in the afternoon with loads of stinkwood, a principle source of revenue on the line. This line was designated as a steam heritage line in South Africa, even after all regular lines in the country were deiselized. However, just recently in 2000, diesels seem to have taken over most of the duties, with only special trains being steam hauled from the steam center of George.