Johannesburg

Johannesburg Pioneer Journals edited by Maryna Fraser, published by the Van Riebeeck Society Cape Town Second Series no This is an elegant well presented volume and an excellent item of Johannesburg history.

Rissik Street, Johannesburg | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

This section of Rissik Street, one of the main arteries of the town, is now adorned by the handsome building erected by the National Mutual Life Association of Australasia.

Eloff Street, Johannesburg

Long considered the main street of Johannesburg. Eloff Street, viewed from the station's side in a southerly direction. Circa 1900 (With acknowledgement to Friedel Hansen)

Eloff Street, Johannesburg by HiltonT, via Flickr

With the advent of the electric tramways and the many handsome structures lately erected, this street has become a very fashionable shopping centre

Somewhere in what would later become the city centre of Johannesburg, circa 1896 (With acknowledgement to Friedel Hansen)

Somewhere in what would later become the city centre of Johannesburg, circa 1896 (With acknowledgement to Friedel Hansen)

The Old Arcade between Market and Commissioner Streets.

The Old Arcade between Market and Commissioner Streets.

A View of the Northern Suburbs of Johannesburg

A View of the Northern Suburbs of Johannesburg

Eastington on Harrow Road, Berea (With acknowledgement to Friedel Hansen)

Eastington on Harrow Road, Berea (With acknowledgement to Friedel Hansen)

De Korte Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg around 1900. The street leads to the cemetery and the residential area of Vrededorp, where a large number of Afrikaans Dutch speakers resided (With acknowledgement to Friedel Hansen)

De Korte Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg around The street leads to the cemetery and the residential area of Vrededorp, where a large number of Afrikaans Dutch speakers resided (With acknowledgement to Friedel Hansen)

Killarney Mall Shopping Centre, Killarney late 1970's

Killarney Mall Shopping Centre, Killarney late 1970's

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