Former Police Station at Quarry Bay [1891-c.1960] | Gwulo: Old Hong Kong
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Former Police Station at Quarry Bay [1891-c.1960]

Current condition: 
Demolished / No longer exists
Date Place completed: 
c.1891-07-01 (Day is approximate)
Date Place demolished: 
c.1960-01-01 (Year, Month, Day are approximate)

113.       Police Station at Quarry Bay—Occupying an elevated site on the western side of Quarry Bay 4,340 square feet in area, is a one-storied building containing 2 rooms, store-room and 2 cells.

Detached from the main building but approached by a covered way are the kitchens, servants' quarters and offices. This building was commenced in November, 1890, and completed in July last by Mr. CHAN A TONG under contract (24/90).

From Report of the Director of Public Works for 1891

The police station is still marked on the 1957 map. It was probably demolished around 1960 when the Healthy Village public housing estate was built.

Photos that show this place



Probably visible right of the Metropole Hotel on the ridge in this photo

Tramway to sugar factory Hong Kong
Tramway to sugar factory Hong Kong, by Des. White

The next photo shows a larger building, possibly rebuilt later:

c.1910 North Point
c.1910 North Point, by Cairlinn