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  • Punggol house : general view [8]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1995 photograph shows a partially demolished house, at Punggol. Located in the north-eastern part of Singapore, Punggol was once home to Kampong Punggol (a Malay village), one of the oldest settlements in early Singapore. Today, Punggol is one of Singapore's younger residential towns. The photographer's notes indicate that this...
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  • Punggol house : general view [3]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1995 photograph shows a partially demolished house, at Punggol. Located in the north-eastern part of Singapore, Punggol was once home to Kampong Punggol (a Malay village), one of the oldest settlements in early Singapore. Today, Punggol is one of Singapore's younger residential towns. The photographer's notes indicate that this...
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  • Punggol Road, from Upper Serangoon Road : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Nature and Environment · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1982 photograph depicts Punggol Road, from Upper Serangoon Road. It shows a view of a tree-lined street with a single-storey house on the right, and a pair of stone posts on the left. Title devised by Library staff.
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  • Punggol Twenty-fourth Avenue house : general view

    Streets and Places · Arts · Transportation · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1993 photograph shows a house, at Punggol Twenty-fourth Avenue. The single-storey house sits under the shade of tall trees, and is surrounded by an expanse of grass. Several parked vehicles can be seen on the left. Title devised by Library staff.
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  • Punggol Point restaurant : exterior

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1993 photograph shows a building at Punggol Point (at Punggol Road). Punggol is also spelt Ponggol, and means "throwing sticks to knock down fruit from trees" in Malay. It can also mean "a wholesale market for fruits" or "a high tree stump". Title devised by Library staff.
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