Here are some more of the buildings we saw on the Richmond Hill Trail in Port Elizabeth on 27 April 2012.
There use to be a lot of small shops in this area for the housewives who had to do shopping on foot. Some still remain like C L Jones Grocer.
This was the hall of the first Masonic Lodge of the Scottish Constitution in PE and the foundation stone was laid on 17 June 1899.
|Raleigh Street Synagogue|
|Dutch Reformed Church|
|James Langley Dalton|
The former Technical College in now used by the Port Elizabeth College. It was built between 1926 and 1928. I climbed up the stairs to see the detail on the walls but would not recommend it. The steps are used as toilets and it is gross and smell even worse.
|Old Technical College|
|Women's Christian Temperance Union Children's Home|