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  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows part of a building along Lorong 35 Geylang. The light-cream-and-dark-brown double-storey shophouse features wooden louvered windows and intricate architectural details. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang Road

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    This photograph shows a view of Geylang Road. A row of double-storey shophouses with wooden louvered windows is seen on the opposite side of the road in the foreground. The units are occupied by vlux, Heritage Bathroom Gallery Pte Ltd (at unit number 718) and Homely Bath Services & Trading...
  • Lorong 39 Geylang

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    This photograph shows a view of the shophouse at 5 Lorong 39 Geylang. Occupied by Teo Sheng Teochew Porridge this double-storey shophouse features wooden louvered windows and decorative architectural details on the façade. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows a view of the junction at Geylang and Lorong 42 Geylang. The block of shophouses at the junction is double-storey and some unit feature wooden louvered windows. The units are occupied by Allswell Marketing Pte Ltd, Bathzone and Chin Leong & Co. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Lorong 35 Geylang

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    This photograph shows a block of double-storey shophouses at the junction of Sims Avenue and Lorong 35 Geylang. The dark-brown-and-light-cream building features intricate architectural details. One of the occupants is Floor Option (at 512 Sims Avenue). Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows part of a row of double-storey shophouses at Geylang. The units feature wooden louvered windows with intricate architectural details. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows a view of Geylang. Part of a row of double-storey shophouses is seen on the opposite side of the road in the foreground. The units feature wooden louvered windows and are occupied by Club V2 Pub and Jin Yu. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows a view of Geylang. A row of double-storey shophouses with wooden louvered windows is on the opposite side of the road in the foreground. The units are occupied by Heritage Bathroom Gallery and Vlux. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows a private residential development at Geylang. The buildings are about eight storeys high. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows a view of Geylang. A row of double-storey shophouses with wooden louvered windows is on the opposite side of the road in the foreground. The occupants includes a café, an athletics association and a Chinese restaurant. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows a view of the building of Nanyang Huang Shi Chung Huay (南洋黄氏总会) at 16 Lorong 35 Geylang. This two-storey building is painted in light cream and features yellow windows with dark frames. The building has since been demolished. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Lorong 40 Geylang

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    This photograph shows a view of a block of two double-storey shophouses at the junction of Geylang Road and Lorong 40 Geylang. The shophouses are occupied by Bagus Kitchen, LC Lighting Centre and Live-On-Food. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang Road

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    This photograph shows a view of a junction along Geylang Road. A block of double-storey shophouses with wooden louvered windows is on the opposite side of the road in the foreground. Vlux is an occupant of the shophouses. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Lorong 27A Geylang

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    This photograph shows a view of the junction of Geylang Road and Lorong 27A Geylang. A block of double-storey shophouses with wooden louvered windows and intricate architectural details is on the opposite side of the road in the foreground. 519 Coffee Shop is the occupant of the shophouses. Title supplied...
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows part of a row of double-storey buildings at Geylang. The Chinese characters "泷西" can be seen at the top of the main door of the unit on the right. The adjoining unit on the left features wooden louvered windows with intricate architectural details. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows a view of Geylang. Khadijah Mosque is on the opposite side of the road in the foreground. A block of flats can be seen in the background. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows a view of Geylang. A block of three-storey shophouses is on the opposite side of the road in the foreground. The units are painted in different colour schemes and are occupied by 218 Coffee Shop, Zen Collection and 7-11. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows a row of double-storey shophouses at Geylang. The shophouses feature intricate architectural details and some units come with wooden louvered windows. One of the units is occupied by the Singapore Min Chong Sports Club. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows three-storey commercial building at Geylang. About three quarters of the building is painted in blue while the rest is in cream. The blue portion is occupied by Yong Nan Hotel. The date "1941" is seen on the top of the building. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows a row of three-storey shophouses at Geylang. Painted in different colour schemes they are occupied by Ban Kong, 7-11 and Maxi-Cash. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows part of a row of two double-storey shophouses at Geylang. Featuring sloping roofs and intricate architectural details the units are occupied by Gang Tian Da Di Association, Dhamma Duta Buddhist Centre and Tian Xian Dong Dragon & Lion Dance Troupe. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang

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    This photograph shows two colourful double-storey shophouses at Geylang. They are of the same architectural design and feature wooden louvered windows and intricate decorative elements. Both are painted in different colour schemes. Chan Pui Kee & Co. is an occupant. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Geylang Road

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    This photograph shows a view of the junction of Geylang Road and Paya Lebar Road. Two-storey shophouses with wooden louvered windows are seen on the opposite side of the road in the foreground. Painted in different colour schemes and of varying architectural designs these are occupied by weiken.com (at 805...
  • Lorong 35 Geylang.

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    This photograph shows a view of the building of Nanyang Huang Shi Chung Huay (南洋黄氏总会) at 16 Lorong 35 Geylang. This two-storey building is painted in light cream and features yellow windows with dark frames. The building has since been demolished. Title supplied by Donor.