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GV Ndola's main street, President Avenue.
Ndola Post Office; tilt up to new microwave tower on roof. (Microwave is to go into use in May.)
People walking in President Avenue.
An intersection in Ndola. Flowerbed in foreground is one of many in the town
One of the new buildings being erected in Ndola -- the R oan Selection Trust (one of the two copper-mining groups) office block.
Signboard on site of above building.
Part of Ndola railway station.
Board on platform of station. PAN to passenger train (Rhodesia Railways) at platform.
Africans fishing in the town's "dambo" -- the reservoir.
Ditto above, another angle.
One of the fish caught, lying on ground.
One of the pylons that brings power from Kariba.
Sign: "Ndola Football Club. Dag Hammarskjoeld Stadium."
GV Dag Hammerskjoeld Stadium.
Two flags flying at Ndola Airport. The one on right is the Zambian flag and that on left is Central African Airways'.
PAN of airport buildigs, camera resting on control tower.
A Zambia Airways Viscount on the apron of the airport.
A Rhodesia Railways engine apparently waiting for road traffic at a level crossing in Ndola.
Woman with bag of maize flour on her head.
PAN from smoke issuing from engine to road at level crossing.
Sign board "Ndola Copper Refinery".
The smokestack of the refinery.
GV of part of Ndola taken from a hill that overlooks the town.
Ndola has a population -- all races -- of about 100,000. European population is about 7,000. The town is the business and industrial centre of Zambia's Copperbelt.
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