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Today a half-circular block of flats is on that stand.

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He appears to have owned two stands on the corners of East Avenue (now Louis Botha Ave), Willie street and Banket street along with a certain G.

Muirhead, and lived in one of the houses – Possibly the one bordering Louis Botha Ave.

w=205&h=300" data-large-file="https://johannesburg1912.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/hillbrow-fire-station-plans.jpg? w=590" class="size-medium wp-image-175386410" src="https://johannesburg1912.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/hillbrow-fire-station-plans.jpg? w=205&h=300" alt="Hillbrow firestation plans" width="205" height="300" srcset="https://johannesburg1912.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/hillbrow-fire-station-plans.jpg?

w=205&h=300 205w, https://johannesburg1912.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/hillbrow-fire-station-plans.jpg? w=410&h=600 410w, https://johannesburg1912.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/hillbrow-fire-station-plans.jpg? w=103&h=150 103w" sizes="(max-width: 205px) 100vw, 205px" / From the Wikipedia page c/o Bobby Shabangu: Designed by G. Burt Andrews, the foundation stone was laid on 15 October 1910 by Mrs D. Sims…who was the sister of Harry Graumann who was the mayor at that time, and the first Jewish mayor of Johannesburg.

The first fire engines were horse-drawn and were later motorised.

After World War 1, petrol driven engines were used. The dormer windows and garages were later additions.

Because of its many tall buildings, Hillbrow was regarded as the most built-up area in South Africa.

Within its comparatively small limits were parks, hospitals, nursing homes, opticians, dental and medical practices, two tailors, restaurants, continental styled cafés and lounges, interesting stores including bakeries and delicatessens, cinemas, theatres, hotels and night clubs.

On the East Avenue’s name was changed to Clarendon Place.

Interestingly Clarendon Place and Diagonal Street both line up with the western boundary of the original Raandjeslaagte triangle.

The circle was meant to control traffic at the intersections of Twist Street, Empire Road, Park Lane and East Ave (now known as Louis Botha Ave).

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