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  • Clarke Quay

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows the front view of IndoChine--The Forbidden City, an Asian restaurant, at 3A River Valley Road. A row of five replicas of terracotta warriors line both sides of the walkway leading to the entrance. The two-storey building features traditional Chinese architectural details. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Clarke Quay

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view of Clarke Quay. A shelter of white translucent material resembling a row of adjoining umbrellas can be seen in the centre of the photograph. A row of colourful shophouses with wooden louvered windows can be seen on both side of the shelter. This was taken...
  • Clarke Quay

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view of Clarke Quay. A play area with a few water fountains is in the foreground. Further back is a row of yellow shophouses with blue wooden louvered windows. It is occupied by The Pump Room, a microbrewery. This was taken in the day. Title supplied...
  • Clarke Quay

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows part of a row of colourful shophouses with wooden louvered windows at Clarke Quay. Signs bearing the word "Gotham" are seen on the upper level. Next to the shophouses, a shelter of white translucent material resembling a row of adjoining umbrellas can be seen on the right....
  • Clarke Quay

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view of Clarke Quay which is located along the Singapore River. A bridge provides access from the land on the right to the colourful shophouses with wooden louvered windows. A shelter of white translucent material is seen behind the three-storey shophouses. In the background are tall...
  • Clarke Quay

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view of Clarke Quay. Part of Block E, a row of colourful shophouses with wooden louvered windows, can be seen. An occupant is TCC, the Coffee Connoisseur. This was taken in the day. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Clarke Quay

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view of Clarke Quay which is located along the Singapore River. The River is in the foreground. Blocks of colourful shophouses with wooden louvered windows face the River. A shelter of white translucent material is seen behind the three-storey shophouses. On the right in the background...
  • Clarke Quay

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view of Clarke Quay. A play area with a few water fountains is in the foreground. Further back is a row of colourful shophouses with blue wooden louvered windows. One of the occupants is Initiative. This was taken in the day. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Clarke Quay

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows part of Block D at Clarke Quay. This is a block of light cream shophouses with wooden louvered windows. The two-storey building is occupied by Tapas Tree and "绯闻". This was taken in the day. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Clarke Quay

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows part of Block C at Clarke Quay. The two-storey shophouses with wooden louvered windows feature a brick wall on the upper level. It is occupied by a clinic. A play area with a few water fountains is seen in the foreground. This was taken in the day....
  • Clarke Quay

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows part of Block A at Clarke Quay. A block of yellow and light cream shophouses with light blue wooden louvered windows, the two-storey units are occupied by Peony Jade and Royal Selangor. This was taken in the day. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Clarke Quay

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view of Clarke Quay. A block of two-storey shophouses with wooden louvered windows is on the right. Beside it is Novotel. Liang Court is on the left of Novotel. In the foreground is part of a bridge over a body of water. This was taken in...
  • Bumboats and shophouses at Clarke Quay, 1981

    Streets and Places · Economy · Piollet, Paul · Paul Piollet Collection
    This 1981 photograph shows Clarke Quay (between Coleman Bridge and Read Bridge). There are shophouses along the bank of the Singapore River and bumboats are docked at the quay. The area has been converted into commercial use for shopping, dining, recreation and entertainment needs, with the restoration and redevelopment of...
  • Read Bridge, 2003 : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Transportation · Arts · Heirwin Mohd Nasir
    This is a general view of the wide slightly arched, Read Bridge with a row of flowers and street lamps. In the background are restored godowns of Clarke Quay, which have been converted into shops and restaurants. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Clarke Quay, 2004 : general view

    Streets and Places · Sports and Recreation · Tan, Bonny
    This 2004 photograph shows a general view of the restored, and colourful shophouses in the Clarke Quay area. These shophouses, which are located on the bank of Singapore River, have now been converted to restaurants and pubs, some of which are alfresco. Bumboats anchored near the river bank can be...
  • Read Bridge, 2003 : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Arts · Transportation · Heirwin Mohd Nasir
    This is a general view of Read Bridge across the Singapore River, taken from the bank. The restored warehouses in the Clarke Quay area are now restaurants, and the whole complex is called Riverside Point. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Read Bridge nameplate : general view

    Streets and Places · Transportation · Heirwin Mohd Nasir
    This is a view of the name of the bridge and the date of its construction. Read Bridge, which straddles the Singapore River at Clarke Quay, was constructed in 1889, and named in honour of a merchant called William Henry Macleod Read. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Read Street godown, towards Read Bridge : exterior

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph showing a godown on Read Street, from near Clarke Quay towards Read Bridge and North Boat Quay. Clarke Quay, named after Lt. General Sir Andrew Clarke, Governor of the Straits Settlements (1873 - 1875), was once full of godowns. It is now filled with restaurants,...
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  • Read Street, towards Clarke Street : general view [3]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph showing Read Street, from Clarke Quay towards Clarke Street. Clarke Quay, named after Lt. General Sir Andrew Clarke, Governor of the Straits Settlements (1873 - 1875), was once full of godowns. It is now filled with restaurants, craft shops and a Sunday market. Read Street...
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  • Read Street godowns, 1982 : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph showing godowns at Read Street, from near Read Bridge towards Clarke Quay. Clarke Quay, named after Lt. General Sir Andrew Clarke, Governor of the Straits Settlements (1873 - 1875), was once full of godowns. It is now filled with restaurants, craft shops and a Sunday...
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  • Read Street godowns, 1982 : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph showing godowns at Read Street, towards Read Bridge and Clarke Quay. Clarke Quay, named after Lt. General Sir Andrew Clarke, Governor of the Straits Settlements (1873 - 1875), was once full of godowns. It is now filled with restaurants, craft shops and a Sunday market....
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  • Clarke Quay godown, near Read Bridge : side view [1]

    Streets and Places · Transportation · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph depicting a side view of a 1925 godown near Read Bridge at Clarke Quay. A lorry and a pick-up truck are parked in front of the two-storey building. Another two-storey building can be seen in the background. Title devised by Library staff.
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  • Read Street, towards Clarke Street : general view [4]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph showing Read Street, from Clarke Quay towards Clarke Street. Clarke Quay, named after Lt. General Sir Andrew Clarke, Governor of the Straits Settlements (1873 - 1875), was once full of godowns. It is now filled with restaurants, craft shops and a Sunday market. Read Street...
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  • Read Street : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph showing Read Street, from the steps leading down to Clarke Quay and godowns. Clarke Quay, named after Lt. General Sir Andrew Clarke, Governor of the Straits Settlements (1873 - 1875), was once full of godowns. It is now filled with restaurants, craft shops and a...
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