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New on Gwulo: 2019, week 37

A look at what's new on Gwulo.com. Please click on the photos or the blue links for more information - and please leave a comment if you can add any new details.

General

 


 

What to eat & What to read

Gwulo's photos are on display at the Michelin-listed What To Eat restaurant on Wyndham Street.

Photos & books on display

Sample copies of Gwulo's books are also available to read while you're waiting for your tasty Taiwanese food to arrive. Address & details

What To Eat

 

Places


 

People

 


 

Photos

1927 D' Aguilar Street on a Rainy Day
1927 D' Aguilar Street on a Rainy Day, by eternal1966e

 

1955 Auxiliary Air Force Harvard IIB
1955 Auxiliary Air Force Harvard IIB, by Moddsey

 

1950s Rickshaw Puller
1950s Rickshaw Puller, by Eternal1966

 

scanned mom mary K carroll nee roberts in Suzie Wong dress in hong kong island 1961.jpg
Mary K Carroll nee Roberts in Suzie Wong dress, HK island 1961.jpg, by Kathryn Carroll

 

1937 Coronation stilt walkers.png
1937 Coronation stilt walkers.png, by Paula R

 

1937 Coronation Royal Artillery.png
1937 Coronation Royal Artillery.png, by Paula R

 

1902 Construction of Taikoo Dockyard
1902 Construction of Taikoo Dockyard, by Moddsey

 

1943 Japanese Occupation Postcard
1943 Japanese Occupation Postcard, by Moddsey

 

1902 Naval Dockyard Extension Foundation Stone
1902 Naval Dockyard Extension Foundation Stone, by Moddsey

 

HK 1930s Driving Licence.png
HK 1930s Driving Licence.png, by Paula R

 

1934 Avro Cierva Autogyro
1934 Avro Cierva Autogyro, by Moddsey

 

Hong Kong Plague Medal 1894.jpg
Hong Kong Plague Medal 1894.jpg, by PaulO

 

RNVR - Basic Training Group.jpg
RNVR - Basic Training Group.jpg, by Various

 

Demolishing Alexandra Building
IMG2.jpg, by PaulO

 

1984 Exchange Square.png
1984 Exchange Square.png, by PaulO

 

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Good to see the 1943 postcard showing HMS Tamar with masts and roof showing above the water!