14 Apr Lydenburg NGK and Spekboom Bridge
A typical scene in most small towns in the old Transvaal is the dominating Kerk.
Lydenburg, for a while the capital of the old Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek, is no exception with this grand old Kerk taking centre stage. The foundation stone dates the building from 17 October 1919, and laid by Ds PAC van Heiningen.
Outside of Lydenburg is the Schalk Burger Bridge built in 1965 which replaced the old stone bridge built in the late 1800’s, over the Spekboom River.