Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
190 x 140 mm. Another view of the Mac Mac Falls (see Y3055B/2) with the Blyde River in the background.
189 x 142 mm. A view looking along Church Street East, Pretoria, towards Church Square from the Apies River near Lion Bridge. On the left is a watermill and barn and on the right the house built for Stephanus Meintjes by Landdrost Andries du Toit in the 1850s. Information from ‘Centenary Album. Pretoria’s First century in Illustration’ (Pretoria, 1952).
189 x 142 mm. A view looking along a valley with a small stream, with diggers searching for alluvial gold in the foreground. Several feet of topsoil have been removed near the stream bank and the underlying boulders exposed. The wooden sluices for separating gold from earth can be seen beside the water.
189 x 142 mm. Showing a small cutter, a ferry and a dug-out canoe moored on the bank of the River Vaal. The ferry, a rectangular platform floating on wooden barrels, is carrying a wagon and a buggy and a number of passengers.
190 x 142 mm. Showing the Mac Mac Falls which lie just east of the main gold workings, with an African seated on the grass in the foreground.
190 x 142 mm. Showing the sheer drop of the Macheeka Falls over a rockface into a pool below. With a European figure lying on the grass in the foreground. Exact location unidentified, but presumably in the Pilgrim’s Rest area where the Highveld plateau drops sharply to the plains below.
190 x 139 mm. A view looking along the Sabie River gorge towards the falls. Sabie lies south of Pilgrim’s Rest.
191 x 142 mm. Showing the vertical tower of rock protruding above trees with a valley beyond. Exact location unidentified, possibly at the northern head of the Blyde Canyon.