The locked front door of Wyperserfontein, a derelict 19thC building on Neudorf Rd.
Originally a roadside inn set up by Franz Seiboth to service the goldminers heading for the Baton, it was bought by William and Hannah Perry and used as a dwelling.
Originally named the Plough, it got the curious name of Wyperserfontein quite by accident. A parcel arrived one day from England addressed to Mrs Perry c/- Mendory, Wyperserfontein, Nelson. A South African word meaning wine press fountain, it so amused the Perrys they hung out a name plate and it has remained ever since.