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Old June 25th, 2008, 10:37 AM   #41
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Des Voeux Road looking east 1870
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Old City Hall 1870
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Queen's Road about 1880
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Queen's Road Central looking west 1870
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Dent's Fountain and Beaconsfield Arcade 1880
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Hau Wong Temple, Kowloon 1930
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Wow, looks totally like a European city. Imagine if these structures were all still there today!
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Wow, looks totally like a European city. Imagine if these structures were all still there today!
But it's a pity that almost all of them were demolished due to the construction boom during past few decades.
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Hong Kong 1964

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The Island House, Tai Po, New Territories. 1976
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1908 Chatham Road, showing Knutsford Terrace and Observatory. Rosary Church on the left and Gun Club Hill on the right = 漆咸道,照片中可見諾士佛台、天文台、玫瑰教堂﹝左﹞和槍會山﹝右﹞
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Military Hospital, Bowen Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong Island, c. 1925-30.
Often referred to simply as the Bowen Road Hospital, this splendid group of buildings in red brick commanding an excellent view of the harbour, was built in 1903-1906 for the use of the garrison, and was officially opened on the 1st of July 1907. It consisted of two blocks, each 3 storeyed high, containing wards and the central, administrative, block-all clearly seen in this excellent photograph. The total number of beds was about 150. Even during the Japanese occupation, 1942-45, portion of the Hospital was used for the sick prisoners-of-war requiring hospital care. It continued in use until 1967, when the new military hospital in Kowloon replaced it. The Bowen Road building was then handed over to the Government and converted into school premises.
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Rainstorm, Hong Kong, July 1926.
Rainfall, described at the time as ''phenomenal'' during a prolonged and very severe thunderstorm hit Hong Kong on the 19th July 1926. 21 inches of rain fell in 18 hours causing severe flooding and massive landslides. The photograph shows St. Francis Street, in Wan Chai extensively damaged by the rainstorm.
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A general view of the Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter, looking west = 向西看銅鑼灣避風塘一景
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Happy Valley Racecourse was built on reclaimed marshland. The first races were held here in 1846, and it has been used as racecourse since then.
跑馬地的賽馬場地,由一片沼澤地填平而來。第一場賽馬早在1846年舉行,一直沿用至今
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Wan Chai and Kellett Island, Hong Kong, c.1920.
View of Wan Chai and Causeway Bay prior to the East Praya Reclamation which began in 1921. markets for the proposed reclamation can be seen in the Bay. The East Point promontory and Jardine, Matheson & Co.'s warehouses are in the centre. Kellett Island, named after Commander H Kellent of the schooner '' Starling'' (in the early 1840s), is seen on the left. A fort was constructed on it in 1841 and battery in 1854, later converted into an ammunition magazine. The East Praya reclamation, in the 1920s, would shorten the channel between it and Hong Kong Island. After the 2nd World War, Kellett Island would be taken over by the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, and in the 1960s it would be joined to Hong Kong by a causeway
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Queen's Birthday Parade on Nathan Road, in which Hang Seng Bank at the intersection of Nathan Road and Argyle Street is seen at the edge on the left
英女皇誕辰巡遊隊伍於彌敦道遊行,最左邊為彌敦道與亞皆老街交界的恒生銀行
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VT-DJJ "Gauri Shankar" at HKG Kai Tak,March 1967.
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HKG Kai Tak,March 1967.Leased from
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China Air Lines B727 B-1822 at Hong Kong Kai Tak airport,Mar.1970
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"The Mandarin Jet" at HKG Kai Tak,May 1967
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AA 707 HKG
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South West Air Lines (japan) late 60s or early 70s.HKG Kai Tak airport.
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United Arab Airlines B707 at HKG Kai Tak airport.
25/Oct/1969
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N322F at Hong Kong Kai Tak airport Aug.1968
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JA8025 "Ayame" at HKG Kai Tak airport,July 1967. Canadian Armed Forces CL-44 in background.
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HKG Kai Tak,Feb.1965
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N28728 arrival at HKG Kai Tak,25/Oct/1969
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JA8010 "Kirishima" HKG Kai Tak,18/Jul/1968
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N28728 immediately after arrival at HKG Kai Tak,passengers deplaning,fuel and catering trucks positioning.25/Oct/1969
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HB-IDF at HKG Kai Tak, 25/Oct/1969
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N423PA "Clipper Glory of the Skies" at HKG Kai Tak,27/Aug/1968
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These DC-6s were used for transporting troops from Vietnam for R&R.HKG Kai Tak airport,late 60s.
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I-DIWA "Amerigo Vespucci" at HKG,Mar.67
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At the Haeco hangar undergoing maintenance,HKG Kai Tak Airport,Aug.1968
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N28728 departing from HKG Kai Tak airport,25/Oct/1969
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At HKG Kai Tak,Sept.1979
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Japan Air Lines B747-146 arriving at the gate.HKG Kai Tak airport,Sept.1979
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Pan Am B747-121 N754PA "Clipper Ocean Rover" departing for SFO.Thai Int'l DC-8 in background.HKG Kai Tak,1971.
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Old June 29th, 2008, 09:19 AM   #47
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Old June 30th, 2008, 05:03 AM   #48
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Canadian Pacific 1969
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Lufthansa B707-330B D-ABUF "Hannover" outside the Haeco hangar,HKG Kai Tak airport,26/Dec/1967.
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JAL DC-8-32 JA8002 "Nikko" arriving at HKG Kai Tak,5/Oct/1964
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MSA B737-100 being pushed back for departure,HKG Kai Tak airport,Oct.1969.
Malaysia-Singapore Airlines (MSA) came into being in 1966 as a result of a joint ownership of the airline by the governments of Malaysia and Singapore.[1] The airline ceased operations after 6 years in 1972 when both governments decided to set up their own national airlines. Hence from that year, Malaysian Airline System, now called Malaysia Airlines, and Singapore Airlines were formed.
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PJ-GJA "Pajajaran" being refuelled for departure,HKG Kai Tak,19/Feb/1968
Aircraft written off May/28/1968 at BOM,crashed after take off.
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Canadian Pacific DC-8-53 CF-CPM "Empress of Lisbon" at HKG Kai Tak,2/Jan/1968
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BOAC(British Overseas Airways Corporation)
In 1962, BOAC and Cunard formed BOAC-Cunard Ltd to operate scheduled services to North America, the Caribbean and South America. The operation was dissolved in 1966.
In March 1974,BOAC and BEA(British European Airways)merged to form British Airways.
G-APFP seen at HKG Kai Tak,Feb.1965
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Swissair CV-990 HB-ICA at HKG Kai Tak airport,20/Jun/1968
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Cathay Pacific CV-880M VR-HFZ ,HKG Kai Tak airport,later livery.1960s
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Cathay Pacific CV-880M VR-HFS landing at HKG Kai Tak airport,original livery,early 60s
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Japan Air Lines CV-880 JA8027 "Sumire" take off.Hong Kong Kai Tak airport,18/Jul/1968
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Youth Centre, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon. 油麻地青年中心
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1960s Passenger Terminal of Kai Tak Airport 啟德機場客運大樓
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Central 16 Apr 1966
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Cheung Chau , HK Dec 20 1975
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Wow! Look at this street scene. The building to the right would look SO out of place today. What a gem of building.

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Wow hong kong has changed a lot
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Wow hong kong has changed a lot
yup but it's also disappointing that most of heritage and typical buildings were destroyed.

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Wow! Look at this street scene. The building to the right would look SO out of place today. What a gem of building.
That's the old Post Office which was demolished in late 70s
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yup but it's also disappointing that most of heritage and typical buildings were destroyed.



That's the old Post Office which was demolished in late 70s
Yes its very disappointing. Much worst is rennovation and modification of older buildings say the Mandarin Oriental Hotel.

At least the old BoC is preserved.
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I wouldn't think Mandarin Oriental would be a good example of classical architecture.
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It may not be a good example but its an iconic buidling in Central along with The Prince's Building.

Anyway, was checking out some of the photos and I noticed how the old Royal HK Police wore shorts.
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There needs to be a lot more demolition across Central before Prince's Building or Mandarin Oriental become iconic. HSBC glares for attention across the street, the round windows at Jardine House have withstood the test of time, and then there's IFC2.
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1965 Looking southwest from the rest garden at the intersection between Nathan Road and Gascoigne Road, Astor Cinema is seen on the left, and Hotel Fortuna is on the right; Nathan Road is in between於彌敦道與加土居道交界休憩公園向西南看,左邊為普慶戲院,右邊可見富都大酒店,兩者之間為彌敦道
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1965 Looking southwest from the rest garden at the intersection between Nathan Road and Gascoigne Road, Astor Cinema is seen on the left Hotel Fortuna is on the right 於彌敦道與加土居道交界休憩公園向西南看,左邊為普慶戲院,右邊可見富都大酒店,兩者之間為彌敦道
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Star Theatre (cinema). Peking Road looking west. Hankow Road runs across. vacant space on right since built upon = 景星戲院從北京道西望漢口道 ca.1930
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Central British School, Argyle Street = 昔日香港-亞皆老街英童學校 ca. 1930
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Nathan Road, Kowloon, c.1930.
Modest, 2-3 storey-high colonial-style houses line both sides of the street. There are few people on the street and only three motor vehicles visible. One of them is a No. 7 bus, a small single-decker. The same numbered bus would continue on this route for many years to come. Note the traffic sign in the middle of the road proclaiming the speed limit of 20 miles per hour! With so few vehicles on the road, this seems an excessive safety precaution. 50 years later this peaceful scene would be transformed into a bustling shopping area with high-rise commercial buildings and multitude of tourists.
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1965 Victoria Park in Causeway Bay
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Caravon Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Exact year unknown, seems in the late 60s, the site is where the Hang Seng Bank located on the right nowadays.
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Po Shan Rd landslide, 18/6/1972.
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Causeway Bay 1960
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Star Ferry and the bus terminus.
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Man Mo temple taken in 1969, the car - VW Beetle and I guess the red one is Prince / Datsun.
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Thunder storm and rainy day in Hong Kong, the old KCR rail station and the gas station can be seen in front of the Peninsula hotel, 1974.
The car: VW Microbus
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Taken in front of the Fenwick Pier, The Sailors Home and Mission to Seamen building (40 Gloucester Rd) can be seen on the right.
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Fenwick st, Wan Chai in 1967
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Hennessy road, Wan Chai in 1955
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Beautiful Autumn days in the early 60s, Daimaru department store can be seen on the left. The car is Mercedes 180D.
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Wanchai 1957, the Luk Kwok hotel can be seen here.
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Hong Kong 1953
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in view of the tram post and electric wires, it is obvious that it is somewhere on hong kong island. the little hill on the left should have long gone, maybe it was part of the morrison hill? or the buildings on the left was where "華潤" was erected a while ago, and the street was actually Lee garden road and behind the hill was Kai chiu road, and that this hill was where henessy center was located?
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Police pagoda 1953
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Waldorf - Astoria Hotel 1953
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Hennessy road 1953
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Wanchai Road 1953
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Theater Lane in 1953
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Central waterfront at dawn, 1950
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Hankow rd 1974
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Tsim Sha Tsui at night, 1974
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Taken from the movie "Love is a many splendored thing" in 1955.
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Taken from the movie "The world of Suzie Wong" in 1960.
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Taken from the movie "Love is a many splendored thing" in 1955
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Taken from the movie "Love is a many splendored thing" in 1955.
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Park a VW Beetle there today and take a picture again.
It will still look exactly the same.
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Kellett Island 1948 Old coastline of Causeway Bay.
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RTV Buidling in the 50s Admiralty, Hong Kong
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TST waterfront 1967
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1950 Watsons Juice
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1950 Coca Cola
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1950 Rediffusion
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1950 San Miguel
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1977 2 27 KCR news
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1977 5 31 double decker
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1960 6 9 Typhoon Mary
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1950 10 9 Kai Tak dispute
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