Rail transport in Lesotho
The nation of Lesotho has a single railway station, located in the capital city Maseru. It is the terminus of the Maseru branch line, which connects to the railway network of South Africa. The length of the line within Lesotho, from the border bridge over the Mohokare River to the station, is 1.6 kilometres (1.0 mi). It opened on 18 December 1905. The distance by rail from Maseru to the main line at Bloemfontein is 137 kilometres (85 mi).
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