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Waiting to use public phones (tickey boxes - we called them)
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Waiting to use public phones (tickey boxes - we called them)

Johannesburg, 1973

A Shoping Street in Johannesburg

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Cinerama, Rosebank 1982. by Etiennedup, via Flickr
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Cinerama, Rosebank 1982.

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Checkers, Raleigh Street, Yeoville
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Checkers, Raleigh Street, Yeoville

Commissioner Street when Jo'burg still had trams.

Commissioner Street when Jo'burg still had trams.

Hillbrow, Metro Movie Theater.

Hillbrow, Metro Movie Theater.

Carlton Hotel circa 1977
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Carlton Hotel circa 1977

Carlton Hotel

Carlton Hotel

Fontana - Open all night - best chicken
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Fontana - Open all night - best chicken

joburg and its buses in 1980s
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joburg and its buses in 1980s

Joburg
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Joburg

M1 South at Empire Road circa 1974
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M1 South at Empire Road circa 1974

Hillbrow. We lived round the corner from those shops in the late sixties. I often used to buy food in Crystal's.
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Hillbrow. We lived round the corner from those shops in the late sixties. I often used to buy food in Crystal's.

Johannesburg Hillbrow cinemas. The Highpoint, it seated 722.
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Johannesburg Hillbrow cinemas. The Highpoint, it seated 722.

His Majesty's - The Ten Commandments. The cinema was managed during the 1960s by Mr. Bromilow and the chief projectionist was the very professional Mr. ‘Natie’ Ratzer. The lovely Mrs. Mackeson (mother of radio personality Victor Mackeson) was one of His Majesty’s very respected box office cashiers.

His Majesty's - The Ten Commandments. The cinema was managed during the 1960s by Mr. Bromilow and the chief projectionist was the very professional Mr. ‘Natie’ Ratzer. The lovely Mrs. Mackeson (mother of radio personality Victor Mackeson) was one of His Majesty’s very respected box office cashiers.