Bathurst Street

Bathurst Street

Grahamstown is an interesting mix of cultures, growth and stagnation. It cares about the past - sort of, and prepares for the future, sometimes

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Three donkeys pause next to the funeral home on Hill Street.

Three donkeys pause next to the funeral home on Hill Street.

Beautiful cows rest in front of St Bartholomew Church, Market Street.

Beautiful cows rest in front of St Bartholomew Church, Market Street.

Milner Dam - 2nd Jan 2016

Milner Dam - 2nd Jan 2016

Remembrance Day parade, Church Square, Grahamstown. 8 November 2015

Remembrance Day parade, Church Square, Grahamstown. 8 November 2015

Protest against xenophobia in Grahamstown. 30 Oct 2015

Protest against xenophobia in Grahamstown.

This photo was taken during the 1932 meeting of the members of the Newspaper Press Union which also took place in Grahamstown. The establishment of a central advertising office was again on the agenda, but this idea only materialised 18 years later, in 1950 when Capro was established.

This photo was taken during the 1932 meeting of the members of the Newspaper Press Union which also took place in Grahamstown. The establishment of a central advertising office was again on the agenda, but this idea only materialised 18 years later, in 1950 when Capro was established.

Makana's Kop as seen from Tantyi Hall

Makana's Kop as seen from Tantyi Hall

Heavy overnight winds blew down this tree which in turn knocked down a second tree on Market Street.

Heavy overnight winds blew down this tree which in turn knocked down a second tree on Market Street.

An amazing display of lilies at Burnt Kraal, just outside Grahamstown. They were absolutely beautiful

An amazing display of lilies at Burnt Kraal, just outside Grahamstown. They were absolutely beautiful

The amazing PJ and her VP girls waiting outside the High Court - just waiting for a march

The amazing PJ and her VP girls waiting outside the High Court - just waiting for a march

Bishop Ebenezer Ntlali leads procession down High Street to mark the occasion of the  150th anniversary of the High Court

Bishop Ebenezer Ntlali leads procession down High Street to mark the occasion of the anniversary of the High Court

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