A different view of the Victoria Falls Bridge. Garratt steam engine Class 15A #414 is pulling a passenger train to Livingstone, Sambia. This bridge was prefabricated in England, it was then officially opened by Sir George Darwin, son of Charles Darwin, on September 12 1905. It is now listed as a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark. The photographer got a heavy shower to take this picture due to the huge spray of world's largest waterfall, named by the locals "Mosi-oa-Tunya" ("the smoke that thunders"), and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.