Aliwal North (inhabited place)
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
203 x 152 mm. A view looking across the Orange River towards the township of Aliwal North with mountains on the horizon. Crossing the river into Aliwal North is the Frere Bridge.
190 x 144 mm. Showing the market square at Aliwal North with a bullock team and wagon in the foregrond. Founded in 1849, the town is situated on the Orange River and takes its name from the Battle of Aliwal, fought in India in January 1846 during the First Anglo-Sikh War.
200 x 148 mm. Showing a rowing boat and a small sailing dinghy on the Orange River near Aliwal North.
154 x 108 mm. Showing cave paintings of antelopes at Aliwal North.
[No print]. [Missing].
196 x 122 mm. A view looking along the Orange River at dusk with the bridge silhouetted against the mountains and sky in the background.
204 x 152 mm. A view looking along the unsurfaced Smith Street with commercial premises on either side and spans of oxen moving along the roadway.
199 x 153 mm. A view looking along the tree-lined Orange River near Aliwal North, with hills in the distance.