Morrison Hill was demolished for the Praya East (Wanchai) reclamation in the 1920s.
The hill did not go without a fight.
"To ease the transport of sand and soil, the reclamation tender specified that the fill should come from Morrison Hill. Rail tracks were thus laid from Morrison Hill to the waterfront. It was, however, discovered later that the lower part of Morrison Hill was composed mostly of granite. This did not only delay the reclamation, but also led to a sharp rise in costs (Morrison Hill was finally leveled after the war)."
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