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Connaught Road and Soldiers Marching c.1930
Caption from photo source: “這是1927年省港大罷工後派來香港的軍人，地點是干諾道西夾威利麻街, 遠處是東邊街口, 樓柱可見「香港仔街坊汽車停車 .. 」, 前往香港仔的巴士由此處開出.”
[Translation: 1927 (photo) following Hong Kong’s general strike* (showing) “English” soldiers sent here (in response). The location is on Connaught Road West at Wilmer Street. The distant street corner (background) is Eastern. Shophouse column says bus to/from Aberdeen is at this spot.**”] <Read more ...>
Part of a wonderful series of photos documenting life viewed from the Peak in Hong Kong immediately post-war to the Fifties. Anyone able to identify the occasion? am guessing it's part of Queen Elizabeth Coronation in 1953, given the other photos depicting the parade.
Date picture taken (to nearest decade for older photos):