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Drop side toaster - I remember when my Mum had one of these and my sister is still using it - it's now

Drop side toaster - Played with one of these that had been replaced by a newer version of the pop-up variety in the early 50s

Stairs during the era of apartheid in South Africa. Black History Facts, Black History Month, South American History, By Any Means Necessary, Nelson Mandela, African American History, World History, South Africa, Images

Apartheid South Africa

Apartheid South Africa (1948-1994) Please note this page is still under construction. “We speak out to put the world on guard against what is happening in South Africa. The brutal policy of a…

 I remember she would grind up turkey giblets and then mix them into the stuffing/dressing on Thanksgiving.

Old Hand Meat Grinder.

These were still in use especially amongst low to moderate income families in the and A wringer washer. My gran had one exactly like this. Except it had a hand crank on the wringer back then.

These were still in uses especially amongst low to moderate income families in the 50's and 60's. A wringer washer. My mom had one exactly like this. Except it had a hand crank on the wringer back then.

Wartime Cape Town, 1943. | by Etiennedup Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Desert Life, Cape Town South Africa, My Family History, Most Beautiful Cities, African History, Historical Photos, Old Photos

Wartime Cape Town, 1943.

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South African Airways Boeing In 1972 I flew Johannesburg to Sydney Australia, stopping to refuel etc at Mauritius and Perth Australia. It was an uneventful flight and very good service by the cabin crew. Jets, Nostalgia, Boeing 707, New Aircraft, Civil Aviation, My Land, Air Travel, African History, Countries Of The World

South African Airways Boeing 707. In 1972 I flew Johannesburg to Sydney Australia, stopping to refuel etc at Mauritius and Perth Australia. It was an uneventful flight and very good service by the cabin crew.

Gordon's Bay - well known white stone anchor against Hottentots-Holland mountain range above the town. My parents used to live there. Kwazulu Natal, Cape Town South Africa, Seaside Resort, Out Of Africa, Places Of Interest, Afrikaans, Mountain Range, Coastal Homes, White Stone

56 Properties and Homes For Sale in Gordons Bay, Western Cape | CCH (Cape Coastal Homes / City Country Homes)

#GordonsBay - We resurfaced a bath here today - 23rd June 2015.

On the top of Table Mountain - Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa Table Mountain Cape Town, Namibia, Cape Town South Africa, Most Beautiful Cities, Simply Beautiful, Out Of Africa, Pretoria, Places To Visit, Arquitetura

Exotic Destinations to Unwind During Weekends in Africa - MOMO AFRICA

During the week, one can be stressed out, weary and bored due to work stress and other duties that take all our time in the week. When it is Friday, one just can’t wait to get home and rest. But that is not the best way to spend one’s weekend after those stressful and terrible […]

Athlone power station Number 1 cooling tower starting to take shape. Can you believe it was being built here and just a few months ago was demolished. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Most Beautiful Cities, Places Of Interest, Old Buildings, Under Construction, Woodstock, Cape Town

Athlone power station 1958.

Number 1 cooling tower starting to take shape.

A brass PRIMUS J:nr. Primus Stove, Old Stove, Camping Stove, Good Old, Kettle, Modern Design, Old Things, Antiques, Nostalgia

1915 E Primus No 5 J:nr

A brass PRIMUS No5. J:nr. dated E (1915). This one was my grandfather's, who acquired it from one of his properties on the north-east coast of Quebec...

Two African men walk past a sign common in apartheid South Africa, Johannesburg, circa 1956 - [[MORE]] namraka: Original caption: circa A sign common in Johannesburg, South Africa, reading. African Men, African History, New Africa, South Africa, Sign Image, Jim Crow, Nelson Mandela, Rare Photos, Vintage Photos

The racist signs South Africans had to look at every day for 40 years

APARTHEID. "Caution: Beware of Natives" - A sign common in Johannesburg, 1956 Photo credit: Three Lions / Getty.