Top: CMS House prefabricated in the UK and brought to Lagos from Badagry in 1852 by the Rev Gollner, the first “storey” house to be built in Lagos and was known as “Ile Alapako” or the House of Planks.
Bottom: A 19th Century photo of Lagos marina showing some of the numerous jetties of the time.
Top: The Lagos Steam Train on the Marina about 1910
Bottom: Passenger and freight train crossing on the Marina. The track shown in the foreground was in position until June 1960
Oba Adeniji Adele II, The Oba of Lagos.
Brass Figure of an African mother with children dug up in the tomb of Oba Adele I
Iga Iduganran (top), official residence of the Oba of Lagos built by the Portuguese at the end of the 18th Century, has given way to (bottom) the more modern Palace below.
The Carter Bridge with links Lagos Island to the mainland