Here's a view over Garden Road, taken around 1900.
The pitched roofs in the bottom right corner are the old terminus building for the Peak Tram. A tram was in the station when this photo was taken.
Behind the terminus are some large trees, and behind that appears to be the roof of a temporary matshed structure.
Next is St John's Cathedral, and in the distance on the right is the Hong Kong Club Building, completed in 1897.
Garden Road runs across the picture, running uphill from the terminus building. You can see there wasn't much traffic in those days, with several groups of people standing or squatting on the road.
Just across the road are two buildings, a smaller building on the right, and a grander one on the left. Does anyone know what they were?
Finally, in the distance are the white turrets of Queen's Building, opened in 1899.
This came from the same group as the photo of Union Church, but the handwriting on the back of the photo is a different style and a different language, so I'm not sure if they belonged to the same owner originally. Can anyone recognise the language, and let us know what it says?