The Alfred Basin, Table Bay Harbour, Cape Town
The Alfred Basin, photographed in 1900, is seen here bursting at the seams with the sailing ships that plied their trade to and from the Cape. Through the rigging, a number of other ships can be seen at anchor in Table Bay
Mouille Point Lighthouse.
A lighthouse does it's job for years and never complains. Oh, AND it saves lives. Long may THEY live. (With the kind permission of The Western Cape Archives and Records Service.)
Eaton Place (2)
Black and white photograph of a side view of Eaton Place in District Six, before destruction. Children are visible in the foreground to the right and left of the scene, and a car is parked on the right. Table Mountain is visible in the background
Postcards to my Grandmother - Suburban Cape Town
* Wynberg, named after the farm- 'De Oude Wijnbergh; * Muizenberg, formerly Muysenbergh and Muys Zijn Bergh named after Sergeant Muys. * Kalk Bay, where the supplies from Cape Town stopped and had the be shipped onwards to Simon's Town