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Part 2 of a three part series on Bain’s Kloof Pass and a day or two at the dentist.

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A trip through the time machine from 1853 to 1957 – including Part 1 of Bain’s Kloof Pass.

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We discuss the massive Mzintlava Pass between Tabankulu and Lusikisiki and we pay a visit to Khosto’s palace in the year 1957

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This week we cover Part 3 of Michell's Pass near Ceres and its important role in the economic development of the region.

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Part 2 of the history of Michells Pass near Ceres.

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We discuss the history of Michells Pass south of Ceres and its importance in the development of the region.

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We chat about Part 2 of the Bloukrans & Grootrivier Passes.

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We take a visit to Cookhouse way back in 1953 and then have a look at the working conditions when Thomas Bain built the magnificent Bloukrans Pass near Plettenberg Bay.

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We cover Part 2 of the Anenous Pass between Port Nolloth and Steinkopf.

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We look at the rebuilding of the Anenous Pass in the Northern Cape through the eyes of the late Dr. Graham Ross.

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