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End of Nathan Road July 1958

Text on Flickr: Roadworks (a frequent occurrence while we were there) at the end of Nathan Road, Kowloon. The road to the left at the T-junction is Salisbury Road, leading to Chatham Road.

Date picture taken (to nearest decade for older photos): 
1958

K11 Building

Right hand side of the building is Hanoi Road, left hand is Mody Road.

The high-rise building is The Masterpiece, housing among others the Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui.

Date picture taken (to nearest decade for older photos): 
2009
Places shown in this photo: 

Hong Kong - The Peninsula

Original text:

My brother David and I stayed in the Peninsula Hotel during our week in Hong Kong. The hotel is in Kowloon, on the mainland side. Our room was on the side closest to the camera. It might have been on the fifth floor, closer to the front (left) than the back. We could see some of the harbor from our room. 

Date picture taken (to nearest decade for older photos): 
1967
Places shown in this photo: 

Tsimshatsui Public Pier [????- ]

Former Temporary Ferry Pier, Tsimshatsui East [????- ]

Location is approximate

Star Ferry Terminal & piers, TST (current generation) [1958- ]

Date Place completed: 
1958-04-01

I've set the completion date to April 1958, based on this entry from page 210 of the 1956 Hong Kong Annual Report:

Post Card of Tsim Sha Tsui near Carnarvon Road

Date picture taken (to nearest decade for older photos): 
1930

Earlier came across this on a website and saved this photo of Carnarvon Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, which I believe was taken around the 1930s.  An interesting angle of the district, and surprised with how quiet the district was when the photo was taken.  Have not done work to figure out which road is which yet.

#190 Nathan Road, Tsimshatsui [1937- ]

Date Place completed: 
c.1937-01-01 (Month, Day are approximate)

I really don't know if this fits.  But I am posting it anyway.  Despite the pillars, it is definitely NOT of the Guangzhou style ones.  

It's quite a big one and quite well preserved too, but I am unable to confirm it's completion date.  The upper floors had been one of the locally well known photo studios 'I Do' for a while.  However the floors had been vacant now.

 

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