Taken from the Nelson Mandela bridge in Braamfontein this is is a beautiful shot of Johannesburg's diverse city skyscape. There's also a serious dose of #cloudporn happening here! [Source: futuresport.deviantart.com] #pinyourcity
Johannesburg's New Air Terminal
In the foreground is the Rotunda,the city's new Air Terminal.Part of the railway station, which covers an area of 39 acres and has four miles of platform, can be seen in the background.Jan Smuts Airport, fifteen miles from the city, is linked with the world's trunk routes. [sic] The Tourist in South Africa 1965/6
Johannesburg Railway Station and Coach Terminal Complex
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Market Square, Johannesburg
The market is situated in the heart of the town, and is the largest Market Square in South Africa. It is surrounded by many handsome buildings, notably the Post Office, National Building, Sauer's Building. Natal Bank, etc. Market Square was a long, rectangular area, extending from Rissik Street to Sauer Street and bounded by President and Market Streets.
This is what Joburg looked like in 1900
Amazing images of Johannesburg from late 19th century and early 20th century have surfaced online – this is how the city looked in its early life.
Market Street, Johannesburg
Since the electric tramways started, the chief part of this street, to the south of Market Square, always presents a busy scene, especially at the luncheon hour, when a rush for the cars is made.
Pritchard Street, Johannesburg
The Regent Street of Johannesburg, and is second only in importance to Commissioner Street. The finest shops of the town are to be found in this thoroughfare.