View from bank
Photographer: Unknown




View from bank
Photographer: Unknown




Early postcard "The famous Frere Bridge linking Cape and O.F.S."
Submitted by Bev Young via William MARTINSON

Photographer: S.A.R. and H




Bridge in the background with timber scaffolding erected in river bed to construct the new bridge
Submitted by Bev Young via William MARTINSON
Photographer: Unknown




Engraving, probably from the London Illustrated News of the time





Early postcard - view from high ground on the Orange River Colony (now Free State) side of the river.
The photograph possibly dates to shortly after the Anglo Boer War, as the bell tents in the foreground are probably part of a British military camp.
The Toll House - the first building to the right of the bridge - is still extant.
The square tower on the left is the (old) NG Kerk, now the ’Kerkplein Museum’.
Submitted by Mark Finnigan via William Martinson

Photographer: Unknown




Postcard by local publisher Burgess & Sutherland. Posted in 1911. Both photographs taken from the northern bank (Free State side)
Submitted by Mark Finnigan via William Martinson

Photographer: Unknown