Image courtesy of Swire HK Archive Service.
Additional notes from Swire's Archives:
This one was taken mid-1920s. With Woodside on the right slope and part of Stanley Terrace visible on the left slope. The structures in the middle were Chinese quarters, generally referred as sugar village, in East and West Streets (Except Woodside, none of these still exist).
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