Gas holder visible top right between the high-rise buildings.
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Photo showing further reclamation to the north of the then Taikoo dockyard area, where highway network extending to Shaukeiwan will soon be developed. <Read more ...>
Gas holder visible top left. <Read more ...>
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Coal Junk bringing first load of coal to Hok Un Power station.
So it's either 1940 when Hok Un opened, or 1945, when it re-opened after WWII. Ma Tau Kok Gasworks are in the back. <Read more ...>
After the closure of Taikoo Dockyards, reclamation started and the area was developed into housing estates. <Read more ...>
Text on Flickr: Green Island Cement Co manager House looted by Jap. (Source: the photographer)
Ma Tau Kok Gas Works and Gas Holder in the back. <Read more ...>
Cropped from gwulo.com/atom/29454.
Ma Tau Kok south plant has been demolished, north plant is operating. <Read more ...>
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