Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

Most, but not all, of these are taken from a professional photo album in about 1905.
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Pietermaritzburg Botanical Gardens

Details about Pietermaritzburg Botanical Gardens, in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. Information and guide for Pietermaritzburg Botanical Gardens

Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

Pietermaritzburg, South Africa the place where my first Beagle Tamie was born in 1991

Kwazulu Natal, Train Stations, South Africa, Beautiful Things

Pietermaritzburg Sanitoriam

Pietermaritzburg Sanitarium comparison between a photo from 1898 when it was built and now.

Central Longmarket Street in the early 20th century with Reid's famous cabinet works to the left. From: http://www.pmbhistory.co.za/?showcontent%5B_id%5D=93

Central Longmarket Street in the early 20th century with Reid's famous cabinet works to the left. From: http://www.pmbhistory.co.za/?showcontent%5B_id%5D=93

The Railway Station - From a lavishly illustrated book published by H. Virtue and Co in 1900 which is a summary of the progress of the Boer War while it was still being fought.

The Railway Station - From a lavishly illustrated book published by H. Virtue and Co in 1900 which is a summary of the progress of the Boer War while it was still being fought.

The Plough Hotel, Pietermaritzburg 2. The Plough Hotel, Pietermaritzberg  which replaced the earlier picture. This building has been demolished and a retirement home has been built on the site.

The Plough Hotel, Pietermaritzburg The Plough Hotel, Pietermaritzberg which replaced the earlier picture. This building has been demolished and a retirement home has been built on the site.

The Plough Hotel, Pietermaritzberg 1. Early photo - late 19th century. No longer in existence - see The Plough Hotel, Pietermaritzberg 2.

The Plough Hotel, Pietermaritzberg Early photo - late century. No longer in existence - see The Plough Hotel, Pietermaritzberg

Transport-riding, the usual means of moving produce before coming of railways, provided a livelihood for many colonists. Here wagons are moving down the Town Hill towards the city. From: http://www.pmbhistory.co.za/?showcontent%5B_id%5D=93

Transport-riding, the usual means of moving produce before coming of railways, provided a livelihood for many colonists. Here wagons are moving down the Town Hill towards the city. From: http://www.pmbhistory.co.za/?showcontent%5B_id%5D=93

1916 South Africa - Pietermaritzburg German Prisoners

1916 South Africa - Pietermaritzburg German Prisoners

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