Movie Snaps 1972.
Situated on the Darling street side of the Parade.......this was the 'home' of the street photographers that were well known to generations of Capetonians that were snapped in and around Darling street through the years. Photo; Thanks to John Kramer for the use.
Auckland Regional Authority 107 turning from Customs St East into Queen St in 1971
Viewed here while working the Queen St.-Karangahape Rd shuttle service, Park Royal bodied 107 was one of 20 trolleybuses still available for service on the last day of revenue service operation in Auckland. In 1980, the Auckland Regional Authority decided to retain and expand what by then was a tiny two-route remnant of its once great trolleybus system. Twenty Ansaldos and all the overhead equipment for a completely new route (Herne Bay to Newmarket in a loop) were ordered. The last trolley…
Stunning Color Photos of South Africa in the late 1960s
During the 1960s, the implementation of apartheid and the repression of internal opposition continued despite growing world criticism of Sou...
11060 (552) 17-06-1974 Johannesburg BUT 9641T Trolley Bus No 581 and BUT 964T Trolley Bus No 629 on the Harrison Street Bridge, Johannesburg, South Africa.
I D No 11060 (552) photographed by John Ward on the date of 1974-06-17 using a 35mm camera producing a colour positive in slide format and then scanned and digitized. . Johannesburg BUT 964T Trolley Bus No 581 and BUT 9641T Trolley Bus No 629 on the Harrison Street Bridge, Johannesburg, South Africa. The leading trolley11060 (552) 17 bus has an MCCW Metal framed (6-bay) double deck body, assembled by Bus Bodies of (South Africa) Limited.
The Spirit of District Six: 32 Interesting Black and White Photographs Capture Everyday Life of Cape Town, South Africa in 1970
Now in his 70s, the South African photographer Cloete Breytenbach began working as a journalist on an Afrikaans-language newspaper in Cape T...