The Nederlandsch Indische is no longer with us, but more than fifty years after the end of that era there are still some visible remnants. These I found on a recent trip across Java and I am sure there are many more across Indonesia.
From a building in Surabaja
Samarang 1866, much in need of renovation
Building in Semarang. I am not sure what the Roode Driehoek refers to.
Prau Lajar cigarette factory in Semarang since 1880. I loved the vintage logo and the broom.
The railway station in Cirebon
The Warenhuis de Vries building in Bandung
The Nedhandel NV building in Bandung
A recently renovated apartment building in Bandung
The Bandoengsche Melk Centrale still operating under its original name after more than 80 years.
And finally, who would believe it, a Dutch Post box in Jakarta.