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Cape Town Railway Station (lowest building) with mosaics on the wall, built in 1964, in Adderley Street. The architects for the Cape Town station were father and son Alexander Stewart Cruickshank & Ian Grant Stewart Cruickshank, together with the Railway Administration's in-house architect Janos Lenard. At the left the Paul Sauer Building. At the right the ABSA House (10 floors) and the high ABSA Centre/Trust Bank Centre van de architecten Gilbert Colyn & Johannes Henricus Meiring (1934-2010).

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  • Uploaded on September 13, 2013
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    by Hans R. van der Woud…
    • Camera: HP Scanjet G4050
    • Taken on 2013/09/13 15:17:15