Table Bay (bay)
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
540 x 132 mm. Three prints joined (the far left print is separate from the other two). A panoramic view looking south-east over Cape Town with Table Bay at the left and Devil's Peak in the background.
276 x 197 mm. A general view of the neatly laid out streets of Cape Town with Table Bay beyond. The remainder of the caption reads: '... Tygerberg Hills on right hand 12 to 14 miles off, foot of Signal Hill on left hand, from Blockhouse on Kloof Road on road to Camps Bay (about 600 ft above sea) looking North by east about ...'.
190 x 139 mm. A view looking back along Central Pier, which forms a continuation of Adderley Street out into Table Bay, towards Cape Town, with Table Mountain and the Lion's Head beyond. In the foreground a band plays on the pier, the building of which was started in 1912.
203 x 152 mm. Showing the 'Windsor Castle' steaming out of Table Bay, with Table Mountain on the skyline.
298 x 87 mm. A view looking down on to Cape Town and Table Bay with the Lion's Head and Rump, to the west of the city, at the left of the panorama. With a European figure standing among the rocks in the right foreground.
437 x 100 mm. (3 prints joined). A panoramic view looking approximately south-east over Cape Town from a viewpoint somewhere in the vicinity of Riebeeck Square. With Table Bay in the background and the Tygerberg Hills beyond.
232 x 115 mm. A view from the north looking over the city, with Table Bay at the left, and part of Table Mountain in the background.
53 x 80 mm
298 x 93 mm. A view looking northwards down on to the city of Cape Town and Table Bay, with the Devil's Peak appearing more prominently in the foreground.
298 x 87 mm. A view looking northwards down on to the city of Cape Town and Table Bay, with the Devil's Peak appearing more prominently.
178 x 100 mm. Showing wrecked sailing ships beached on the shore at Cape Town after the storm of 17 May 1865 which destroyed one steamer and 36 other ships. In the foreground are the ramparts of the Imhoff Battery in the Castle: at the extreme right can be seen one of Anton Anreith's stone lions, a pair of which flanked the only gateway to Cape Town on the old road leading to the north. It was also a tollgate.
200 x 151 mm. A view looking down form the slopes of the Lion's Rump and across the city and Table Bay. The photograph was probably taken in about 1890, and is signed G.W.W.
A three-part series of black and white images on card designed to provide teachers with material to illustrate history lessons. The series includes a wide range of pictures, portraits and photographs. Titles and captions have been recorded as found and may contain offensive, inappropriate or outdated terms. The items are undated, but probably originate from between the 1960s and 1980s.
53 x 80 mm