Heerengracht/Adderley Street, Cape Town | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Heerengracht/Adderley Street, Cape Town | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Adderley Street, Cape Town 1908.  Cape Town was laid out by the Dutch, but the buildings put up by the Boers have now almost disappeared, and today it has stores and public buildings that make it not unlike a modern city of England or the United States| Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Adderley Street, Cape Town Cape Town was laid out by the Dutch, but the buildings put up by the Boers have now almost disappeared, and today it has stores and public buildings that make it not unlike a modern city of England or the United States

1943 and tea at Stuttafords, directly opposite is the old Standard Bank building with Fletcher and Cartwrights on the corner of Darling and Adderley streets.

1943 and tea at Stuttafords, directly opposite is the old Standard Bank building with Fletcher and Cartwrights on the corner of Darling and Adderley streets.

Bathing Pool and Pavilion, Sea Point, Cape Town 1930 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Capetonians cool off in the inviting waters at the pool in Sea Point while onlookers enjoy the shade of the Pavilion in this early photo. Note the low-rise skyline of the buildings in the background.

CAPE TOWN PIER  The construction of a pier at the bottom of Adderley Street was completed in 1913 . It contained an amphitheatre, restaurant, observation tower, bathing cubicles and a landing stage for sailing and rowing boats

Cape Town Pier completed in It contained an amphitheatre, restaurant, observation tower, bathing cubicles and a landing stage for sailing and rowing boats.

Cape Town's first traffic light. | The city's first three traffic lights were installed in January 1932.This one is in Darling street near the Castle. They were promptly named Robots. a uniquely South African term which has remained through the years.

Cape Town's first traffic light. The city's first three traffic lights were installed in January one is in Darling street near the Castle. They were promptly named Robots. a uniquely South African term which has remained through the years.

Cape Town, Still on the Water's Edge  : The War Memorial, Adderley Street 1945 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Lower Adderley Street the first road to the left is Riebeeck Street and the circle is where the fountain stands today. Warships can be seen in the dock in the first year after the war ended.

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