A photo of Newlands Rugby stadium that appeared in "Huisgenoot" mag. Also in the scene , Newlands cricket grounds and Kelvin Grove club.
Church Square, Cape Town
A view of Church Square dating from around 1892. The slave tree, under which slaves were sold, was situated just to the right of the trees in the photograph. The remarkable clarity of this image was achieved by the photographer taking multiple exposures - as indicated by the slight blur of the feet of pedestrians crossing the square.
Mom also in Cape Town.... ..... and what the Shit is happening to that Ship..... !? On July the 1st. 1966 ,during a fierce winter storm the S. A. Seafarer ran aground off Mouille Point ,Cape Town. Everybody on board were rescued by helicopters of 17 squadron from Ysterplaat.
21 Really Old Cape Town Pics Dating Back To The 1800's - Cape Town is Awesome
Shares Sometimes it’s good to take a look at the past and see just how far we’ve come. Here are some really really, REALLY REALLY old photos of Cape Town dating back to the late 1800’s and early 1900s. Are any of these places still recognizable to you? Thanks to HiltonT@Flickr for the photos! But Before we go…
Battle of Spion Kop
The iconic British defeat on 24th January 1900, during Buller’s second and disastrous attempt to cross the Tugela River and relieve Ladysmith in the Great Boer War