This newsletter usually features a black & white photo, so let's see some colour for a change.
"1960'S SLIDES...SCENES & VIEWS IN HONG KONG"
That's how they were described on eBAY when I bought them.
A good thing about slides is they often have a date printed on the cardboard frame. These show "AUG 69", when the Peak still towered over Central's buildings ...
... and today's Admiralty district was still very low-rise.
We'll see plenty more views from the harbour, as there is at least one in every tourist's album! Other popular scenes come from the standard tour around Hong Kong island, or a day trip to the New Territories:
Looking at the walls, I guess these ladies were photographed in Kam Tin walled village.
If we're lucky, we also get a couple of shots like these that are different from the usual tourist scenes. Any thoughts on where they were taken?
"HONG KONG : SKYSCRAPERS IN CLOSE-UP 1980s"
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