Lai Chi Kok Bridge fairly new, Mei Foo Estate in an early state.
In the foreground, Lai Chi Kok Amusement Park is visible. <Read more ...>
The bridge was part of the main road that ran in a large circle around the New Territories.
This bridge has been demolished and though there's no bridge currently at this location, there's a newer pedestrian bridge a short distance to the east. <Read more ...>
This bridge was mentioned in the comments at https://gwulo.com/atom/34768, with this 1929 photo likely taken from the bridge: <Read more ...>
Do you recognise this village in the Hong Kong area?
Thank you for your reply.
Pieter Lommerse <Read more ...>
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The upper left picture was taken in July 1968 showing how the Mei Foo bridge was built over the sea.
Lower right picture was taken in 1974, showing the Lai Chi Kok bay was still in existence.
The same area was a park in the 80s before it finally becomes a part of the West Rail Mei Foo Station. <Read more ...>
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