Van Stadens River

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Van Stadens River
River
SAR Class 91-000 91-018 Van Stadens.jpg
The Apple Express crossing the Van Stadens River, 6 April 2002
Country  South Africa
Province Eastern Cape
Source _
Mouth Indian Ocean
 - elevation 0 m (0 ft)
 - coordinates 33°58′S 25°13′E / 33.967°S 25.217°E / -33.967; 25.217Coordinates: 33°58′S 25°13′E / 33.967°S 25.217°E / -33.967; 25.217

Van Stadens River is a river in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. The river mouth is located about 30 km west of Port Elizabeth.

The Van Stadens Bridge where the N2 national highway crosses the river is known as a suicide location.

Just upstream of the N2 bridge, the 2 foot (610 mm) gauge Avontuur Railway crosses the Van Stadens River over a 255 feet (78 m) high bridge.[1]

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  1. ^ Sellick, W.S.J (1904). Uitenhage, past and present : souvenir of the Centenary, 1804-1904. W.S.J. Sellick. p. 195. 

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