Old Railway station.
Yet another image of one of Cape Town's famous landmarks of yesteryear. This view is towards the enterance from Adderley street.
View of Green Point Track and Table Bay
Somerset Hospital can be seen on the waterfront as well as the Breakwater Prison. The British POW camp, used as a holding camp for Boer prisoners before shipping them to various colonies, can be seen to the left of the track.
Darling Street 1953.
Photo; Thanks to Gertrude Panzenberger Smith for the use of this image. For more of her images see; www.facebook.com/groups/wpreunite/#!/media/set/?set=a.267...
Cape Town Train Station
A steam train prepares to leave Cape Town station in a photograph from around 1890. In the background, the slopes of Signal Hill are visible. The old station was replaced by the present complex, in 1964
The "Graaff" Electric Lighting Works circa 1900.
The city's first power station at the Molteno resevoir in Oranjezicht used steam power as well as water from the top of Table mountain to power its turbine. The building minus the chimney is still standing.