Crown Wine Cellars, site of former 'Central Ordinance (Munitions) Depot, Little Hong Kong' [????- ]
According to their website, 'Crown Wine Cellars is acknowledged as one of the world’s finest wine cellar facilities'. It continues: "The original structures were constructed almost 70 years ago by the British Military to serve as an ammunition and weapons storage depot in preparation for World War II. The site was originally known as the Central Ordnance (Munitions) Depot, and included 24 underground Bunkers, of which only 8 remain."
Their website also gives several pages of history about the Depot in the time up to and during the Japanese invasion in WWII. The Depot is also mentioned several times in Tony Banham's 'Not the slightest chance'. The final mention is in chapter 8, 'The week immediately following the fighting':
On Saturday the 27th, the Japanese flag is raised in Central. However, they are still not fully in control of the island. Lewis Bush HKRNVR, a fluent Japanese speaker with a Japanese wife, is sent at the request of the Japanese to the Little Hong Kong ordnance depot near Aberdeen, where some Royal Engineers are still refusing to surrender. Eventually they emerge and the Japanese take them to Aberdeen, treating them as heroes (95-163).