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  • Tank Road Station, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    A colour "made in Japan" postcard showing a street view of the old Tank Road station. Tank Road Station began ferrying passengers on 1 Jan 1903, to Bukit Timah to mark the first phase of the Singapore-Kranji Railway. The last train from Tank Road station left on 2 May 1932...
  • Tank Road Railway Station, Singapore

    Streets and Places · Transportation
    A colour postcard showing the Tank Road Railway Station, c.1910. A long line of rickshaws was parked to the side of the station entrance, waiting for passengers. Also visible was the clock tower. The Tank Road Station ran passenger services from 1 Jan 1903 to 2 May 1932 as part...
  • Singapore Railway Station

    Streets and Places
    A black and white postcard of the new railway station at Tanjong Pagar. It was officially opened by Governor Sir Cecil Clementi on 2 May 1932. It replaced the old Tank Road station at Keppel Road. It was designed by renowned architectural firm, Swan & MacLaren. The building was hailed...
  • Tank Road Station, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This is a coloured picture postcard showing a street view of the old Tank Road station. Tank Road Station began ferrying passengers on 1 Jan 1903, to Bukit Timah to mark the first phase of the Singapore-Kranji Railway. The last train from Tank Road station left on 2 May 1932...
  • Railway station, Kuala Lumpur, F. M. S.

    Streets and Places · Transportation
    This postcard from the “Lim Shao Bin Collection” features a photograph that shows a view of a railway station in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. There are single-storey buildings on both sides of the railway tracks, as well as on the platform between the two sets of tracks. Further down, trains are...
  • Goppenstein railway station and entrance to the Lötschberg Tunnel, postcard : front

    Streets and Places · Nature and Environment
    The image shows a general view of Goppenstein railway station, which is the south portal of the Lötschberg Tunnel. Goppenstein is located at the bottom of the Lötschen valley. The picture depicts the railway tracks of the station and the entrance to the tunnel surrounded by mountains on both sides...
  • Goppenstein railway station and entrance to the Lötschberg Tunnel, postcard : back

    Streets and Places · Nature and Environment
    This image shows the back of the postcard "Goppenstein railway station and entrance to the Lötschberg Tunnel, postcard". A message in blue ink is handwritten on the divided back of the postcard. Dated "1/5/22", the postcard is written to "Miss P. N. Song" at "97-3 Orchard Road Singapore S. S."....
  • Shakespeare Cliff, postcard : back

    Streets and Places
    This image shows the back of the postcard "Shakespeare Cliff, postcard". A message in black ink is handwritten on the divided back of the postcard. Dated "26/9/22", the postcard is written by "S. H." to "Miss B. N. Song". The writer writes of their travels via char-a-banc to Dover where...
  • Shakespeare Cliff, postcard : front

    Streets and Places
    The image shows a general view of the Shakespeare Cliff, located near Dover in Kent, England. The cliff features prominently in the background. Shakespeare Beach, at the foot of the cliff and the tunnel and tracks of the Shakespeare Cliff Halt railway station can also be seen, in the foreground....