This photo from the 1950s(?) was taken on Prince Edward Road, facing East. To the left is the spire of St. Teresa’s Church, the railway bridge, and the building on far left is most probably the Tong Lau which is still standing: #190 to approximately #212 Prince Edward Road. This block is referenced at Prince Edward Road W Shop Houses.
The Art Deco sweep of the verandah at top centre is probably the one still visible on Street View below, painted orange. If I am correct, the building in the foreground is no longer there, and neither is the junction. Fa Yuen Street no longer joins (and crosses) Prince Edward Road: instead the junction is now paved over and forms part of a sitting out area.
Corner of Fa Yuen Street and Prince Edward Road, Kowloon, in the 1950s. © T.H. Hutchinson