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Potterill

(036) 3533718

A peak named after a British soldier that was killed in a skirmish in the area in the 1870s. 3174m high.

Powder Magazine

Utrecht

(033) 394 6543
amafa.pmb@pixie.co.za

The old powder magazine was built in 1859, the year that Estcourt became the new seat of the magistracy.

Prince Imperial Monument, Barklieside

Farm 18 7638, Barklieside, Nqutu District, Nondweni, 3137

(033) 394 6543
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The monument was erected on the orders of queen Victoria on the spot where Prince Louis Napoleon of France was killed during a surprise attack by a party of Zulus whilst on patrol during the Zulu war of 1879. The Monume...

Pro Nobis School

113 Victoria Street, Dundee, 3000

(034) 212 4071/2
pronobislse@yahoo.com

This Roman Catholic Convent was erected in 1917 on 18 acres of land.

Qedusizi Dam

Corner Of Queen And Murchison, Ladysmith, 3370

(036) 6385100
tessa@uthukeladm.com

A dam set up to prevent the perennial flooding of the town. Indeed, its name means "an end to suffering" and the area offers an enjoyable day out on the banks of the 2500ha dam.

R.E. Stevenson Museum

R.e. Steveson Museum, Colenso, Toll Rd, 3360

(036) 422 2112
info@ladysmith.co.za

The museum is housed in the tollhouse adjacent to the historic Bulwer bridge. The museum interprets aspects of the South African war of 1899 - 1902. Opening times 8h00 - 18h00 Monday - sat.

Railway Institute

316 Murchiston Street, Ladysmith, 3370

(033) 394 6543
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This double-storied Victorian Sandstone building, the corner-stone of which was laid on 25 September 1903 by Joseph Baynes, was erected by the Natal government railways as a recreation centre for railway staff. It was d...

Railways Bridge

Old Civic Building, Harding Street, Escourt, 3310

The Old Natal Government Bridge, built in 1885, is still in use.

Rangeworthy Military Cemetery, Acton Holmes

Acton Holmes, 3370

(036) 637 2992
info@ladysmith.co.za

A British military cemetery dating to the Anglo-Boer war of 1899 to 1902.

Red Hill

(036) 4317848/0828243981

A sandstone kloof.