Screen capture from the Government's GeoInfo website, see:
https://www.map.gov.hk/gm/s/PL/54540 <Read more ...>
From Plan of the City of Victoria, Hong Kong, 1889. 160 feet to 1 inch. Original held at the UK's National Archive, their reference: CO 700/HongKongandChina7 <Read more ...>
From the 1896 map on Gwulo.
Three blocks/houses on Hankow Road are marked in red
bottom: K.I.L. 406, 407, 619 (today No.s 12A (Peking Road), 14 to 36 Hankow Road)
centre: K.I.L. 400 (today 38 to 44 Hankow Road)
top: K.I.L. 3,5 (today 45,45 Haiphong Road) <Read more ...>
This map of Shamshuipo POW camp was drawn by D W Morley, one of the group of four who escaped from the camp in January 1942. The map also shows the initial route they took.
The original is held in the UK National Archives, their reference ADM 199/357, document 10364.
For more on the escape, see L T Ride's report. <Read more ...>
Source: Making Hong Kong by Pui-yin Ho
Shows a few roads only in Kowloon, the longest being Robinson (later Nathan) Road.
There are other maps from the same time, but all are slightly different. <Read more ...>
Map showing Southern end of Anderson Road, circa late 1960s. Part of this road has since been incorporated into Wilson Trail Sec. 3 and Ko Chiu Road leading to TKO Chinese Permanent Cemetary.
Haven't seen much info about this here or online elsewhere so I figured I should post it up in case someone wants to look into it. <Read more ...>
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From my Hong Kong Map (1980). The map shows two ferry piers ("onshore", not extending into the sea): the north-eastern one going to North Point, the south-western one to Wanchai. <Read more ...>
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