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: British Empire & Commonwealth

: Marriott

: 1998/028/1/1/136

: Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong

: c.1910

: View along Queen's Road Central, looking east. Multi-storey colonial buildings line the street, which is dotted with pedestrians and rickshaws. An original caption points out the base of the Pedder Street clock tower on the left, a structure that was demolished in 1908. Original manuscript caption: Queen's Road Central looking East On the lefthand side is base of Blake Clock Tower, then basement of Hong Kong Hotel. Pathways are not seen, as they are under archways and so covered in. Note Sikh Policeman down road in centre, also typical rickshas [sic] for hire & typical coolie with broad-brimmed cane hat on right. Our offices opposite Clock Tower on right, not shown in picture. This street is the principle street in Hong Kong, but it is not a busy time of day. Distant view of one part of peak.

Hong Kong, China

: 1 photograph

: Item

: 1 b/w photograph glued into album

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