Notes on the Geography of Namibia: Swakopmund: Photo 36
The comparatively humble station of the Otavi Railway, which between 1906 and 1914 carried copper ore 567 kilometers from Tsumeb, in the northeast corner of the colony. It was reputed to be the longest narrow gauge line in the world.
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