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  • Havelock Road godowns : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin
    This 1982 photograph shows the rear of godowns at Havelock Road, as viewed across the Singapore River at Robertson Quay. Havelock Road is named after General Sir Henry Havelock (1795 - 1857), who fought in the Afghan and Sikh wars and was one of the commanders of the Indian Mutiny....
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  • Prince Charles Crescent : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin
    This 1984 photograph shows Prince Charles Crescent (from outside Alexandra Estate Primary School towards Alexandra Road). It shows a view of a street with low-rise blocks of flats on the left. Prince Charles Crescent is named after the Prince of Wales Prince Charles, and is located off Alexandra Road. Title...
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  • Havelock Road godowns : general view [3]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin
    This 1982 photograph shows the rear of godowns at Havelock Road, as viewed across the Singapore River at Robertson Quay. Havelock Road is named after General Sir Henry Havelock (1795 - 1857), who fought in the Afghan and Sikh wars and was one of the commanders of the Indian Mutiny....
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  • Barker Road : general view [6]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin
    A 1995 photograph shows Barker Road with cars parked alongside the road. A partial view of the Anglo-Chinese School (Tan Chin Tuan Hall) is pictured on the left of the photograph. Barker Road was named after Arthur Barker (Municipal Commissioner), who came to Singapore in 1889. Title devised by Library...
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  • East Coast Road no. 307 : general view

    Arts · Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin
    This 1982 photograph shows a single-storey house at no. 307 East Coast Road (opposite Karikal Lane and next to house no. 321). The house stands at the end of a gravel driveway, with a large lawn in front of it. Title devised by library staff.
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  • Bukit Timah Road, from Prince of Wales Road : general view

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin
    This 1992 photograph depicts Bukit Timah Road (from Prince of Wales Road, southwards). Bukit Timah is Malay for tin hill, which is a misnomer, since no tin has ever been found in the area. Timah could also be a mispronunciation of temak, the Malay name for a species of tall...
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