Cape Town, photos of old.

I was sent this series of old photographs of Cape Town and just love them. How things have changed with time and development.

Cape Town Docks, the tall building next to the second circle is the Nasionale Pers.

Cable Way, Table Mountain. Not sure where the door is but don’t think this will be allowed today.

Adderley Street

Sea Point Promenade. Charming to see how formally everybody is dressed in their suits and hats.

Muizenberg.

Hout Bay

Sea Point beachfront area.

Sea Point Promenade. I love the cars and the TJ (Johannesburg) number plates)

Fish Harbour, Kalk Bay.

And my favorite, the Cape Town station.

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