Then and now… By LIZAHN WENTZEL - November 1, 2019 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter The Rondebosch Fountain was ruined in a crash in 2015 and has yet to be replaced. Here’s a look back at what some parts of the Southern Suburbs used to look like. 1 of 13 The Rondebosch Fountain was ruined in a crash in 2015 and has yet to be replaced. Work currently being done on the Josephine Mill. The Presbyterian Church in Pinelands as it is today. Special Collections, UCT Libraries, copyright African News Agency The wheel of the Josephine Mill in Newlands was restored in 1982. An old picture of Rondebosch Main Road with the fountain on the left. The Presbyterian Church in Pinelands in the late 1930s. Picture: Special Collections, UCT Libraries, copyright African News Agency The current public transport interchange in Mowbray. An early morning scene at the Mowbray bus terminus in 1966, after it was revamped. Rondebosch train station in the 1880s. Mosterts Mill in Mowbray is a farm windmill and was built in about 1796. It survives today as a monument to those early artisans. Mosterts Mill in 1959. Rondebosch Main Road today.