In the 1920s, the RAF had temporary facilities in Cameron Road on K.I.L.'s 417,418. and 524.
Hong Kong Daily Press from 1928-04-23 reports:
The entire engine repair section of the Royal Air Force and six men from the Kai Tack Aerodrome left by the s.s. Bellerophon for home. There are about 72 men in all and they are sailing under the command of Flight Officer Jones, the only officer among the party.<Read more ...>
A terrace of two-storey houses on Cameron Road. Probably built around 1895 (together with other houses in this newly developed area) and replaced by four-storey buildings in the early 1920s (??). New houses on a 1927 photo. <Read more ...>
126. Kowloon New Roads. (C.S.O. 397/1892).—Detail plans and estimates were laid before a meeting of the Public Works Committee held on the 23rd of May for the construction of Des Voeux, Granville, Cameron, Carnarvon, East and Middle Roads...... <Read more ...>
A series of buildings on (K)I.L. No.'s 542, 543, 544, 545 and possibly 541. The main building is a large terraced building facing Granville Road, with smaller buildings facing Nathan Road and Kimberly Road. <Read more ...>