This Royal Air Force News, newspaper clipping appears to relate to the image posted on https://gwulo.com/atom/33450
Presumably the photographer was taking a picture of this significant event <Read more ...>
related to https://gwulo.com/node/45014 <Read more ...>
This image revealls the rarely seen original building that stood in front of the RAF Officer's Mess and quarters.
It looks like the buildings usually seen in 1920s images of Kowloon around Nathan Road and residential side streets.
It appears to have been in the hands of a 'Dutchman' according to this 1937 typhoon account of an RAF officer trying to return to his quarters <Read more ...>
RAF Kong Wei was listening post (listening to radio transmissions from mainland China), manned by the RAF in the 1950s.
The 'rest room' was here, with the D/F huts out on the paddy fields to the North and South of the road. <Read more ...>
This clip from either Flight or Aeroplane magazine appears to indicate that the Flying Horse bar was at Kai Tak.
Cannot find the actual paper edition at the moment.
mentioned earlier on https://gwulo.com/atom/31585 <Read more ...>
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