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East London Tourist Attractions

  • Stationary Engine Museum
    East London Tourist Attractions
    The Stutterheim Engine Museum is thought to have one of the largest and most comprehensive collection of restored stationary engines, all in mint running condition, in the world. The oldest gem is a Mietz & Weitz engine dating back to 1905. More Info

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Lying on the warm Indian Ocean, principally between the Buffalo and Nahoon rivers, East London's beaches are among the best in the country and it is well-known as a surfing mecca.

Attractions include the East London Museum which houses the coelacanth, a prehistoric fish once thought to be long-extinct, discovered live at Chalumna Mouth near East London by fishermen in 1938 and numerous statues memorialising historical people. The city is well known as a surfing mecca, and attractions include the East London Museum housing the coelacanth, a prehistoric fish, thought to be extinct, discovered live at Chalumna Mouth near East London by fishermen in 1938, and numerous memorial statues.

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