Search Results for "Bras Basah Road"

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  • Bras Basah Road : general view

    Streets and Places · Tay, Lionel
    This photograph captures colourful banners and signs on traffic and lamp posts which liven the atmosphere of Bras Basah Road. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Bras Basah Road : general view [9]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1983 photograph depicts Bras Basah Road (at Bencoolen Street junction). It depicts a row of three storeys shophouses with arched windows. Bras Basah is Malay for wet rice. In the early days, wet rice was laid to dry here on the banks of the Sungei Bras Basah, now known...
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  • Bras Basah Road : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1986 photograph shows Bras Basah Road, at Bencoolen Street corner. It depicts two storeys shophouses with wooden French windows. Bras Basah is Malay for wet rice. In the early days, wet rice was laid to dry here on the banks of the Sungei Bras Basah, now known as the...
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  • Bras Basah Road shophouses : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1983 photograph shows shophouses at Bras Basah Road (at Dhoby Ghaut junction). It depicts the three storeys shophouses with wooden French windows at the upper floors. Bras Basah is Malay for wet rice. In the early days, wet rice was laid to dry here on the banks of the...
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  • Bras Basah Road : general view [7]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1983 photograph depicts Bras Basah Road (at Bencoolen Street junction). It depicts a row of three storeys shophouses with arched windows. Bras Basah is Malay for wet rice. In the early days, wet rice was laid to dry here on the banks of the Sungei Bras Basah, now known...
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  • Bras Basah Road : general view [6]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1983 photograph depicts Bras Basah Road (at Bencoolen Street junction). It depicts a row of three storeys shophouses with arched windows. Bras Basah is Malay for wet rice. In the early days, wet rice was laid to dry here on the banks of the Sungei Bras Basah, now known...
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  • Bras Basah Road : general view [5]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1983 photograph shows Bras Basah Road (at Dhoby Ghaut junction). It depicts a row of three storeys shophouses with a Nikon advertisement sign. Bras Basah is Malay for wet rice. In the early days, wet rice was laid to dry here on the banks of the Sungei Bras Basah,...
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  • Bras Basah Road : general view [4]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1983 photograph shows Bras Basah Road (view towards Dhoby Ghaut junction). It depicts a row of two to three storeys shophouses with casement windows. Bras Basah is Malay for wet rice. In the early days, wet rice was laid to dry here on the banks of the Sungei Bras...
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  • Bras Basah Road houses : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1986 photograph shows houses, at no. 7, 8 and 9 Bras Basah Road. It depicts the three storeys houses with wooden French windows. Bras Basah is Malay for wet rice. In the early days, wet rice was laid to dry here on the banks of the Sungei Bras Basah,...
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  • Bras Basah Road houses : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1986 photograph shows houses, at no. 7, 8 and 9 Bras Basah Road. It depicts the three storeys houses with wooden French windows. Bras Basah is Malay for wet rice. In the early days, wet rice was laid to dry here on the banks of the Sungei Bras Basah,...
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  • Bras Basah Road, verandah : general view [3]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1986 photograph shows the verendah, next to Bras Basah Road, towards Prinsep Street. It depicts a signboard of a merchandise "New Lucky Store" on a beam. Bras Basah is Malay for wet rice. In the early days, wet rice was laid to dry here on the banks of the...
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  • Bras Basah Road : general view [3]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1983 photograph shows Bras Basah Road (view towards Dhoby Ghaut junction). It depicts a row of two to three storeys shophouses with casement windows. Bras Basah is Malay for wet rice. In the early days, wet rice was laid to dry here on the banks of the Sungei Bras...
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  • Bras Basah Road & North Bridge Road, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This coloured picture postcard shows a view of Bras Basah and North Bridge Roads. There is a sheltered walkway on the right. A two-storey colonial building is behind the walkway. This postcard has a divided back format.
  • Bras Basah Road, verandah : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1986 photograph shows the verendah, next to Bras Basah Road, towards Prinsep Street. It depicts a signboard of a merchandise "Oriental Book Store" hanging from the ceiling. Bras Basah is Malay for wet rice. In the early days, wet rice was laid to dry here on the banks of...
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  • Bras Basah Road : general view [8]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1983 photograph depicts Bras Basah Road (at Bencoolen Street junction). It depicts a row of three storeys shophouses with arched windows. The ground floor sign reads Soon Chong Leong. Bras Basah is Malay for wet rice. In the early days, wet rice was laid to dry here on the...
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  • Bras Basah Road, verandah : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1986 photograph shows the verendah, next to Bras Basah Road, towards Prinsep Street. It depicts two signboards of two merchandises "New Lucky Store" and "Cathay Photo Store (Pte) Ltd" on the beams. Bras Basah is Malay for wet rice. In the early days, wet rice was laid to dry...
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  • Bras Basah Road, 1968 : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1968 photograph shows Bras Basah Road, which was originally named College Road after Singapore Institution (now known as Raffles Institution) which can be seen in the background. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Bras Basah Road, 1968 : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1968 photograph shows Bras Basah Road, which was originally named College Road after Singapore Institution (now known as Raffles Institution) which can be seen in the background. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Bras Basah Road house : general view

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1972 photograph shows a two-storey colonial style bungalow, which houses a publishing company known as Far Eastern Publishers Ltd. The business is most probably located along Bras Basah Road. Date of creation estimated. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Bras Basah Road : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1977 photograph shows Bras Basah Road (Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus on the left). It depicts the steeple of the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus. Title devised by Library staff. Date of creation estimated.
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  • Bras Basah Road, 1972 : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1972 photograph shows Bras Basah Road, which was originally named College Road after Singapore Institution (now known as Raffles Institution) which used to be located in the area. Some buildings can be seen by the side of the road. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Bras Basah Road, 1972 : general view [3]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1972 photograph shows Bras Basah Road, which was originally named College Road after Singapore Institution (now known as Raffles Institution) which used to be located in the area. Part of Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (CHIJ) school building can be seen. Date of creation estimated. Title devised by...
  • Bras Basah Road, 1969 : general view

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1969 photograph shows Bras Basah Road, which was originally named College Road after Singapore Institution (now known as Raffles Institution) which used to be located in the area. Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (CHIJ) school compound can be seen on the right. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Bras Basah Road, 1972 : general view [4]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1972 photograph shows Bras Basah Road, which was originally named College Road after Singapore Institution (now known as Raffles Institution) which used to be located in the area. Some shophouses can be seen on the right and a high-rise building in the background.Title devised by Library staff.