Adderley Street, Cape Town in the early 1900s | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Adderley Street, Cape Town in the early

Adderley Street in the early 1900s IN COLOUR!

Adderley Street, Cape Town in the early

Electric Tram leaving Camps Bay for Cape Town 1902 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Electric Tram leaving Camps Bay for Cape Town 1902

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

Cape Town in 1900s. Even that long ago people were streaming to the Cape for our sunshine and produce.

Cape Town in Even that long ago people were streaming to the Cape for our sunshine and produce.

The Alfred Basin, Table Bay Harbour, Cape Town. The Alfred Basin, photographed in 1900, is seen here bursting at the seams with the sailing ships that plied their trade to and from the Cape. Through the rigging, a number of other ships can be seen at anchor in Table Bay| Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The Alfred Basin, Table Bay Harbour, Cape Town. The Alfred Basin, photographed…

View of Table Mountain from the Fishing Harbour at Rogge Bay, early 1900s | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

View of Table Mountain from the Fishing Harbour at Rogge Bay, early

View of Green Point Track and Table Bay in 1900 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.| Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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.


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