Hong Kong Kowloon Peninsula, 1930
Scope and Contents
961 x 251 mm. A panoramic view of the Kowloon Peninsula taken from Hong Kong Island looking across Victoria Harbour by an unknown photographer. The Kowloon Canton railway terminus, clock-tower and Peninsula Hotel may be seen in the centre and a large ship with three funnels at anchor in the port to the left. Signal Hill may be seen to the right of the clock-tower. The Peninsula Hotel behind the clock-tower was opened in 1928.
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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
fair condition (parallel tears to mid-right of picture and smaller one bottom-right; tiny tear to mid left)
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