Old Ruin at Hout Bay, Cape Town

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Hout Bay Hotel

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The Hout Bay Hotel

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A taxi cab at the Royal Hotel, Hout Bay c1910

A taxi cab at the Royal Hotel, Hout Bay

The Royal Hotel, Hout Bay c1910

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Travellers outside the Royal Hotel, Hout Bay, c1910

Travellers outside the Royal Hotel, Hout Bay, Now the Hout Bay Manor


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Hout Bay during the construction of the 600 foot harbour wall in 1937 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Hout Bay during the construction of the 600 foot harbour wall in 1937 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

#HoutBay #golf club (via Historical Media)

#HoutBay #golf club (via Historical Media)

Being Brazen: A weekend in Hout Bay (part

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 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!

Adderley Street, Cartwright's Corner early 1900s

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Old Supreme Court, Cape Town, 1928.Serious damage was done to the building in 1926 when Adderley Street was widened and the building's façade had to be set back more than 13m. Although the reconstruction of its façade was done most meticulously and according to original drawings, a number of important rooms within the building were lost and a number of alterations had to be made to the Supreme Court chamber.

Old Supreme Court, Cape Town, 1928.Serious damage was done to the building in 1926 when Adderley Street was widened and the building's façade had to be set back more than 13m. Although the reconstruction of its façade was done most meticulously and according to original drawings, a number of important rooms within the building were lost and a number of alterations had to be made to the Supreme Court chamber.

Slave Lodge-Old Supreme Court c1925    The slave lodge looked nothing like the building we see today - it is a bit misleading in that regard. The building fabric dates from slave times but in 1815 the architect Thibault totally refaced it to suit a new purpose - the Cape's Supreme Court.    This is the Adderley Street facade in the early 1920s. The building stuck out into Adderley Street at that time. In 1926 a 13m strip at the front was demolished to widen Adderley Street, and a faithful…

Slave Lodge-Old Supreme Court c1925 The slave lodge looked nothing like the building we see today - it is a bit misleading in that regard. The building fabric dates from slave times but in 1815 the architect Thibault totally refaced it to suit a new purpose - the Cape's Supreme Court. This is the Adderley Street facade in the early 1920s. The building stuck out into Adderley Street at that time. In 1926 a 13m strip at the front was demolished to widen Adderley Street, and a faithful…

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