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Hung Hom peninsula & Piers

Date picture taken (to nearest decade for older photos): 
1988
Places shown in this photo: 

This image shows three of the ferry pier locations as reclamation progressed. The second? location is a floating pier next the roadside and the older estate. A Star Ferry is heading towards it. Of interest is that the substantial newly built permanent pier near the railway station seen in earlier images  has already disappeared. A planning problem? Related images

Hung Hom ferry piers

Date picture taken (to nearest decade for older photos): 
1980

This picture shows the HYF and Star Ferry piers at Hung Hom, nearest is a Star Ferry then further along is a HYF vessel. Also in view just beyond the long building which is the locomotive shed is the turntable discussed earlier. The present high level walkway from the railway station follows the line of the old seawall into Hung Hom

Vehicular Ferry Pier - Tsing Yi Shell LPG Bunker [????- ]

Hi there,

Spotted this one while on a bus on-route to Siu Lam last week.  This pier is a mirror image of the one in Apleichau.  Realized it was Shell by way of the canisters painted in Royal Blue.

Best Regards,

T

Shell LPG Bunker Vehicular Ferry Pier, Apleichau [1970- ]

Date Place completed: 
1970-12-31

Hi there,

The completion date mentioned is meant for the bunker itself.  I am uncertain about the ferry pier.

Dug that up at Shell HK's website earlier.

Best Regards,

T

Kwun Tong Vehicular Ferry Pier [1972- ]

North Point Vehicular Ferry Pier [1964- ]

Date Place completed: 
c.1964-01-01 (Month, Day are approximate)

Hi there,

This was a twin pier which allow two double deckers to load or unload at the same time.

Best Regards,

T

Kowloon City Vehicular Ferry Pier [1965- ]

Date Place completed: 
1965-12-31

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