[The marker's position is very approximate. We'll need either a detailed map of the area or a modern site visit to pin down the correct location.]
Year completed is: Accurate
Condition at last visit: Ruin
Date of last visit: Dec-1997
This is one of the earliest Coastal Searchlight positions in Hong Kong. It was built about 1895 above Lei Yue Mun Strait, in the now heavily overgrown and restricted access area below the Museum of Coastal Defence. The remains of the installation were still there a century later.