From the UK National Archives. Previous entry is Firing a salute on Statue Square. <Read more ...>
No date given, probably around 1900. <Read more ...>
Guess this is part of Kowloon Reservoir, possibly around or after 1910. <Read more ...>
Text on Flickr: Hong Kong Tramway. View of Power-house looking North-East, showing pump & man-hole being constructed. May.1904. <Read more ...>
Firing a salute on Statue Square with Hongkong Club Building still under construction. This indicates the date of this image to be 1896.
This photo from the UK National Archives gives no further explanation for this occasion. Unveiling of Queen Victoria's Statue. <Read more ...>
National Archives UK:
Campers at bedtime. There is rarely much talking after lights out ... campers are far too tired after days spent in the fresh air. <Read more ...>
National Archives UK: The Silvermine Bay Holiday Camp. Set on a pine-shaded hillock overlooking the beach, the camp was specially built for Hong Kong's poor children. <Read more ...>
Description: Laying the foundation-stone of the New Hospital.
Location: Hongkong, Hongkong
The date hints to the foundation of Victoria Hospital at Barker Road. <Read more ...>
Found in National Archives UK on flickr. 700 images (including flood of 1897) <Read more ...>
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