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Tag: Plumstead

  • Apr 05 2013

    Memories of Plumstead – Part 1

    Miss Alida Ball talks to the editor of Ward Sixteen News and Views. Part 1 I am going to go back 65 years; remember these are childhood memories quite un-researched, and may be a little blurred by the passage of time. Let us go back to 1924. Starting at Plumstead railway station, the centre of…

  • Feb 21 2013

    Timour Hall

    “Timour Hall. This is the name given in 1878 by a later owner, Mrs Aletta Jacoba Smith (a granddaughter of William Duckitt), to a property on the banks of the Diep River.  The present impressive homestead is entirely Victorian in appearance with a Cape Dutch gable surmounting a portico which covers part of the elevated…

  • Apr 12 2008

    Yudelman’s Store (Plumstead)

    Opposite the Plumstead Methodist Church was Yudelman’s Store (circa 1905) one of the areas oldest two businesses (The other being Osman’s). This store stocked everything one could imagine – materials, groceries, animal feed, …. Everything was there. Today Yudelman’s Store has become The Village Square,

  • Oct 12 2007

    Did You Know?

    Plumstead’s Firfield Road was originally known as Firdale Road. Prince George Drive, past Plumstead, was first called “New Motor Road” to Muizenberg. Share your Old Plumstead stories with us!

  • Sep 15 2007


    PLUMSTEAD, a fairly large suburb named after a district in the London borough of Greenwich in England, is situated between Constantia, Wynberg, and Diep River in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town. The suburb grew during the 1940’s and 50’s following the world war, and has traditionally been recognised as a stable suburb for middle…

  • Southern Suburbs, Cape Town