Wuhan (inhabited place)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
268 x 210 mm. View looking along the Bund at Hankow, with the Yangtze on the right and European commercial premises lining the street on the left. Situated some 420 miles west of Shanghai, Hankow was one of the first inland cities in China to be opened to foreign trade by the Treaty of Tientsin in 1858.
279 x 218 mm. View of the Hankow waterfront, with sampans in the foreground and steamers moored at the wharves and piers beyond. Hankow is situated some 600 miles from Shanghai at the confluence of the Hankow and Yangtsze Rivers and was opened to foreign trade in 1861.
278 x 213 mm. View looking along the Bund at Hankow, a spacious avenue with lawns laid out at the waterside and European premises at the left.