Mount Austin (i.e. the massif within the loop of Lugard and Harlech roads) has a number, I would say four, of slightly lower peaks in the immediate vicinity of its summit. None of these subsiduary peaks have distinguishing names as far as I am aware, which can lead to confusion when attempting to identify or describe specific locations ontop of "The Peak".
This "place" marker is for the most south-easterly of these subsiduary peaks. <Read more ...>
This image has a copyright date of 1902 (if I read that correctly). There are chair coolies, possibly on Lugard Road (Peak Road would then wind up the hill on left-hand side). The buildings in the centre could be Peak Hotel and Peak Tram Upper Terminus. So the date could be around 1900. <Read more ...>
Date picture taken (to nearest decade for older photos):