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Sea Point Station c1901

According to an old map there were five 'stops' between Three Anchor Bay and the end of the line. This looks like the 'main'station where the present day swimming pool is. Confirmation would be appreciated.

The first station 1910 South African News, Old Buildings, African History, Cape Town, Looking Back, Old Photos, Mineral, Past, Old Things

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The first station 1910

Cape Town Railway Station in South Africa in 🌍 Old Pictures, Old Photos, South African Railways, Cities In Africa, Most Beautiful Cities, Amazing Places, African History, Train Travel, Cape Town

Trains, Stations & Depots

When downloading and publishing, please credit 'Hilton Teper' as the source. Acknowledgement in respect of all the images - except where otherwise stated - is to SAR&H.

Cape Town, the southern capital of Nordic Walking - Modern Nordic Walking* there with Southpole Nordic Walking South Africa - SA's only Nordic Walking organisation, since 2005 Old Pictures, Old Photos, Cape Town South Africa, City Maps, Most Beautiful Cities, Tour Eiffel, Live, Night Life, Scenery

These 21 Awesome Old Black and White Photos Of Cape Town Will Make You Feel Nostalgic - Cape Town is Awesome

Shares It is so cool to be able to see how Cape Town’s iconic scenery looked like before I was even born! Let’s take a look […]

Train passes under pedestrian bridge, Cape Town Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Cities In Africa, Cape Town South Africa, Pedestrian Bridge, Most Beautiful Cities, Abandoned Buildings, Homeland

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The old Sea Point train which used to run from Monument Station at the foot of Adderley Street along the Beach Front to the terminus near Queen's Road, is here seen passing under the bridge which took pedestrians to the old pavilion which was later demolished. Its tea room is seen on the left. The return fare from Cape Town to Sea Point on this train which was opened in September, 1892, was only 9d. This railway closed down on April 1929.