Only the top half can be seen in this picture.
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The large window is facing the sea, though the view is already blocked by the trees.
I'm unable to read the inscription on the stone, so I am not sure if it's the same stone with the inscription DD34.
There seems to be something engraved on it ... <Read more ...>
It's on a boulder located on a platform some distance from the Tai Hang Rd Children's Playground.
Unknown nature <Read more ...>
We came across this when we descended from PB111, after passing a small cemetery, it's the junction of a path and the road leading downhill to the public lavatory of Nam Pin Wai.
Before going down, we went up a little bit for the gate of a farm, before reaching it, this stone caught my eye on the right of the dirt track.
Anyone know what the inscription means? I am wondering if it's just the boundary stone of the farm nearby, with only its rusted gate left ... as can be seen here in this Google map link:
香港, 新界南邊圍 <Read more ...>
It's by the curb. <Read more ...>
It's just the approximate coordinates.
No. 4 Boundary Stone at the (former) British-Chinese border from 1898.
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