Johannesburg

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Hillbrow’s revolving restaurant and disco – Johannesburg 1912 – Suburb by suburb research Beaches In The World, Countries Of The World, Johannesburg City, Durban South Africa, Carlton Hotel, African History, The Good Old Days, Feature Film, Back In The Day

Hillbrow’s revolving restaurant and disco

Some housekeeping: Please follow me on Instagram at @johannesburg1912 where I post interesting Johannesburg related stuff on weekends (mainly). Follow this blog via e-mail HERE. Scroll down on the …

Johannesburg, showing the balconies of Polliack's Corner (left) Johannesburg Skyline, Third World Countries, Old Postcards, Historical Pictures, African History, Old Pictures, South Africa, Landscape Photography, Ol Days

Postcards of the Past - Vintage Postcards of Johannesburg, South Africa

A collection of old postcards of Johannesburg, South Africa.

Viscounts at Jan Smuts airport Nostalgic Pictures, Airport Photos, Air Festival, Viscount, Inner World, British Airways, My Land, African History, South Africa

Viscounts at Jan Smuts airport

Poor quality postcard of the busy apron at Jan Smuts(O.R. Tambo)during the fifties.In the scene we see two Viscounts, two D.C.7b's and a Skymaster.

HF Gros and his remarkable collection of early Transvaal Photographs Johannesburg City, Water Sources, Historical Pictures, African History, Botanical Gardens, South Africa, Landscape Photography, The Past, Cycling

HF Gros and his remarkable collection of early Transvaal Photographs

H Ferdinand Gros was of Swiss origin. He arrived in South Africa circa 1869. On July 16th 1870 he was advertising that the Photographic Salon 'will resume again' in the 'Burgherdorp Gazette'. In the 'Diamond News' on March 9th 1872 he announced that he was taking over the studio of Weber and Gros and that he would soon open a 'Superb Salon' at New Rush (Kimberley). The New

Enjoy a visit to Johannesburg’s James Hall Museum of Transport, the largest transport museum in South Africa. Johannesburg City, Transport Museum, A Moment In Time, Busse, Free Things To Do, Historical Pictures, Afrikaans, Museums, Nostalgia

James Hall Museum of Transport – Gauteng Tourism Authority

The James Hall Museum of Transport was founded in 1964 and houses an historic collection of various modes of land transport used in South Africa, dating back 400 years.