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Table Mountain 1870

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Sea Point 1890

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De Waal Park 1898

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The beach that used to be in Woodstock. Photo taken in 1899

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Navel base in Simon’s Town 1900

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“Welgemeend” is one of the oldest surviving houses in Cape Town and was build in Gardens in 1700.

This photo was taken in 1901.

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The Lime kilns in Mowbray in 1910, with Table Mountain in the backround.

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The Old Pier was completed in 1910 and became a popular spot for Capetonians.

This picture was taken in 1911.

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The USS Huntington arrives to a very desolate foreshore in 1948.

The foreshore was built in 1945, but due to the economic climate after the war, it took a while to be properly utilised.

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The view from Blouberg in 1950.

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Kloof Road en-route to Glen Beach in 1953.

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The First Cape Argus Cycle Tour took place in 1978, with 525 people

taking part. The entry grew to 35,000 riders in 2012.