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This album has photos along this beach area with a range of varying moods from sunrise to sunset along with aerial views of the beaches.92 Photos This album has a wide ranges of images from sites in the immediate vicinity of the beachfront all the way from the new developments on the Point to the flats in Sol Harris Crescent. Tambo Parade) is a feast of images covering the impressive beach front flats, hotels , Finlayson Pools, Promenade, Ushaka Marine World, Amphitheatre, Natal Command, Suncoast Casino, Art Deco buildings and aerial views of the beach front among many other images.Sir Benjamin Greenacre was a town councillor (1871 - 18 - 97 and Mayor of Durban (1875-76, 1889-1892, 1897 - 1898, and Knighted when the future King George visited Natal in 1901. 65 Photos The Elephant House on Durban's Berea is the oldest surviving house in Durban, which was restored in 1972 by Brian and Elaine Agar who bought it from the Murchie family who had owned the house for the previous 100 years.The original owner of the house was Thomas Milner who built it in 1850 and used it as a week end retreat.The whaling of the Blue, Southern Right and Humpback wales continued until 1975 when whaling was banned due to the depletion of the resource.The original Company became the Union Whaling Company which was ultimately sold to the Japanese in 1956/7.
(Ref: Captain Tony Pearse - "African Keyport" - 1995).Even small homes like in Clairwood incorporated the motifs and geometric shapes of Art Deco.230 Photos Durban's Golden beaches provide a paradise for bathers, surfers, jet skis , walking, and many more activities catered for along the eight kilometres of beachfront from the harbour mouth to Blue Lagoon.45 Photos This gallery of the Berea main roads features the residences and flats in the area.Many of these old homes are being demolished and redeveloped or converted into commercial establishments.There are also images of military "Pill Boxes" that remain on the beach and served to protect the Military Base positioned on the top of the Bluff.