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. (waterfront.co.za)
The Pier, Rogge Bay, Cape Town
Sundays were a favoured day for outings on the Pier at the end of Adderley Street. In this photo from the early 1900s, people gather on the beach to watch fishermen bring in their catch while a number of small fishing boats lie at anchor at in the lee of the Pier.
View of Green Point Track and Table Bay
Somerset Hospital can be seen on the waterfront as well as the Breakwater Prison. The British POW camp, used as a holding camp for Boer prisoners before shipping them to various colonies, can be seen to the left of the track.
Picture Story: Cape Town as it was - a trip down memory lane
Take a nostalgic trip down Cape Town's memory lane through these classic photos of an ever-changing city