The silhouetted building is visible is the 1947 cropped image <Read more ...>
An interesting article starting on page 32 onwards to page 45 of this PDF covering the RAF’s arrival in Hong Kong in 1945
Most of the story has been told in various formats in previously published documents.
One map/diagram shows Ping Shan and Ka Tak far way from where they actually are..
https://www.rafmuseum.org.uk/documents/research/RAF-Historical-Society-J... <Read more ...>
Doing a David B, zooming in and cropping, your latest picture reveals a substantial building with a domed tower.
The more wide view shows the mound appearing to have a road partly circling it for access to the building <Read more ...>
Old correspondence that has recently surfaced in my files gives a clue as the where the Japanese had their control tower during the war years.
Close study the available pictures of the airfield immediately after the war appear to show only one possible building.
Has anyone seen ground level images of the area where the identified building is situated? <Read more ...>
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This document infers Japanese aircraft were stationed in the New Territories as well as Kai Tak <Read more ...>
This picture gives a different perspective of the Kai Tal Airport site and the San Po Kong area than that we normally see.
David’s recent 2017 photographs appear to have been taken from a high level in the area where the remains of Runway 13 can be seen crossing the incomplete Prince Edward Road.
The RAF/Japanese hangar can be seen in the centre in plain sight, and with open access to the nearby main road
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Aerial photographs of the former Kaitak premises of Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co. through the years. Published in Feb 1991 on the occasion of the company's 40th anniversary.
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